Paper talk: Icardi better than Lukaku and Morata, Juve want €40m Liverpool target

17 October at 11:46
Mauro Icardi’s hat-trick against AC Milan has confirmed that the Argentinean is one of the best strikers in Europe. According to study of La Gazzetta dello Sport Icardi is currently the best strikers in Europe in terms of shot-to-goal ratio. There are no other strikers in Europe, in fact, that have a better ratio than the Inter striker.

According to the Italian paper Icardi scores on goal every 2,56 shots and nobody has better figures in Europe at the moment.

In England Alvaro Morata scores one goal every 3,5 shots, Vardy one every 2,8. In Serie A Cyril Thereau follows Icardi with one goal every 2,6 shots, Lukaku and Aguero have one goal every 3,83 shots and Lewandowski in Bundesliga has one every 3,33.

​Icardi has a € 110 million release clause included in his contract and his fee is  only valid for clubs outside Serie A.

Meantime, Tuttosport claims Juventus will keep a close eye on Sporting CP Star William Carvalho who is also being linked with moves to Liverpool and West Ham.
Carvalho’s Sporting CP will face Juventus in a key Champions League showdown tomorrow and the Old Lady will monitor the Portuguese midfielder who has a € 40 million release clause included in his contract.

Juventus’ primary midfield target remains Emre Can but a big investment in the middle of the park is likely to be made in the summer and the Old Lady could make a move for William Carvalho as well.


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