Juventus handed transfer boost after AC Milan Champions League failure

27 May at 09:15
Serie A giants Juventus have been handed a big transfer boost in the chase of Alessio Romagnoli, as AC Milan have failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

In what was a dramatic last day of the Serie A season, Milan did win at SPAL but a late Radja Nainggolan strike for Inter ensured that the nerazzurri finished fourth in the league behind Atalanta, who beat ten men Sassuolo 3-1 at home.

TuttoJuve had stated yesterday that in case of the rossoneri's failure to get top four, Juventus will make a move for Romagnoli and test the Diavolo resilience for the Italian.

While Romagnoli signed a new Milan contract only recently, his future at San Siro is not secure yet. Manchester United have also been linked with a move in the past.

The report has suggested that Juve will make an offer of around 50 million euros for the Italian, plus atleast one player in a cash plus player deal. Romagnoli is said to really like Juventus.

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