Juve: Mandzukic farther. Inter: offer for Ince
Juventus have conquered today their third Italian title on a row, but the bianconeri want to be competitive also at European level, and their executives are already working to reinforce their team; perhaps to convince their coach Antonio Conte to stay, the Italian champions will need to sign at least three new players, especially regarding the team’s flank: as well known, the Piedmont’s club is interested in Manchester United 27 year old Luís Carlos Almeida da Cunha, aka Nani; according to Tuttosport, Juve have overtaken Inter and AC Milan in the hunt for the Portugal international, who will earn 4 million euros per season, while the Red Devils will obtain a five million euros plus bonuses transfer fee. The bianconeri are also seeking a striker, and, according to the same media, are keen on Bayern Munich 27 year old Mario Mandzukic –who seems intentioned to leave Die Roten and is valued about 25 million euros- ; to obtain the Croatia international, the Piedmont’s club will have to compete –as reported by the Daily Star- with Chelsea. Also for what confirms their midfield, Juve will have to face other clubs’ competition: according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, in fact, also Fiorentina are keen on Atalanta 24 year old Giacomo Bonaventura.
Also Inter Milan are working to reinforce their team’s flank, and, according to The People, the nerazzurri have made an offer to 22 year old Tom Ince, son of the former Lombard team’s player Paul Ince, and whose contract with Blackburn is about to expire.