Juve: done for Zaza. Inter: Peres wants to join

17 March at 21:52
As reported by Sky transfer market Gianluca Di Marzio, Palermo 21-year-old forward Paulo Dybala has told his president Maurizio Zamparini, that, in case of a transfer, he would prefer to join another Italian club; as explained by calciomercato.com expert Fabrizio Romano, it could be a tactic of the player’s agents to start an auction, even though the Argentine really wants to remain in Italy –where, as well know, he is a target for Juventus, who are in good terms with his agents themselves; in the mid time, as revealed by calciomercato.com, the bianconeri have carried out an important negotiation still regarding their offensive line: the Serie A defending champions have met in the last days the agents of Sassuolo 23-year-old Simone Zaza, who will sign a four-year-deal and earn over 2 million euros per season; the Piedmont’s club already has an agreement with the neroverdi and will be able to sign the player for 15 million euros within June 30th 2015; in the last days, as reported by the same media, there was a possibility for the Italy international to move to an English club, but this option, at least for the moment, has vanished. On the contrary, Juve and Inter Milan have been joined by Chelsea –as reported by the Daily Express- in the hunt for Fluminense 18-year-old Kenedy. The nerazzurri are also seeking a new full back, and, as revealed by calciomercato.com, Torino 24-year-old Bruno Peres would agree to a transfer to the Lombard club.

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