Juventus: Nainggolan for the future. Fiorentina: the Cuadrado-case

Nianggolan esulta dopo il gol
03 September at 16:58

Also Juventus have ended their transfer market campaign without a final strike: as well known, the two last targets for the bianconeri were Genoa 31 year old forward Alberto Gilardino and Cagliari 25 year old midfielder Radja Nainggolan: the 2006 FIFA World Cup winner, that was suposed to move to Turin as part of a swap involving 30 year old forward Fabio Quagliarella and AS Roma 31 year old Marco Borriello, yesterday at 5 pm, as revealed by Tuttosport, could have been considered a Juve player, but finally everything has failed because Borriello has not joined the rossoblu. On the contrary, as reported by calciomercato.com, the Sardinian club president Massimo Cellino has told the Serie A defending champions that he couldn’t yield them the Belgium international now, but that a negotiation could be started during the winter transfer window. The Piedmontese team’s coach Antonio Conte in particular was expecting a new midfielder, as well as a new wingback, but has finally accepted the club’s decision, even if he doesn’t seem to agree with them.

Also Fiorentina, after the signing of a top player like Mario Gomez, have not set any more important strikes on the transfer market. There have been many rumours about the possibility for the viola to sign QPR 34 year old goalkeeper Julio Cesar, but it seems that they were not too convinced about the Brazil international. The Tuscan club has also acquired from Udinese the co-ownership of 25 year old Juan Cuadrado, one of the best wingbacks in Europe, but if they won’t obtain the 100% of the player it will be difficult to resist to the offers of the European top clubs.

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