Juventus chase Sevilla midfielder

01 April at 10:08

Juventus are still on the lookout for a central midfielder, and may have found the solution in Seville. No, not the Ever Banega they were long interested in, but Grzegorz Krychowiak.

The Bianconeri want a player who has struttered his stuff on the European stage, and want to make the most of Fabio Paratici's friendship with the Rojiblanco's sporting director, Monchi. The two sides have been on good terms since the Old Lady sent Fernando Llorente to the Sanchez Pizjuan, and could certainly do with the former Reims player making the opposite trip.

Krychowiak is the kind of player who can both shield the defence and also dictate the play in the middle of the park.

The Bianconeri have scouted him on a number of occasions, and will get the chance to do so again at France 2016, where he will represent Poland.

Krychowiak moved to France when he was 16, to join Bordeaux's academy. He has already represented Poland 32 times, scoring 2 goals. His value has significantly increased from the €5 million that the Rojiblancos paid for him back in 2014, and is now worth €15-18. Tuttosport, for their part, claim Sevilla want nothing less than €25 million for him, as Manchester City and Arsenal are also interested.   

 

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