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EXCLUSIVE: Juventus fix Neto price-tag

EXCLUSIVE: Juventus fix Neto price-tag

Juventus second-choice goalkeeper Neto wants to leave the J Stadium, doesn’t matter if it will be on loan or on a permanent deal. The Brazilian goalkeeper wants to get game time and he knows he can’t have it at Juve, where Gigi Buffon is playing at the highest standards of his career.

As CM.com pundit Nicola Balice reports, Juventus have slapped € 10 million price-tag on the player, informing all the clubs interested in signing him.

Marotta and Paratici would prefer to sell him on a two-year-loan, having him back at the club after Gigi Buffon’s retirement. The Old Lady also wants Neto’s next club to pay the Brazilain goalkeeper’s € 2.2 million a year (plus bonuses) salary.

Liverpool were interested in signing him, but they eventually picked Karius from Mainz. Napoli knocked the Old Lady’s door, whilst Inter and AS Roma might also be interested.

The nerazzurri may sell Handanovic in the summer, while AS Roma are still uncertain over the future of Alisson. The Brazilian shot-stopper could be loaned out to grow experience next season and the situation of Szczesny is yet to be defined with Arsenal.

Lorenzo Bettoni @lorebetto, adapted from an original piece by Nicola Balice
 

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