Signing a new midfielder is one of Juventus’priorities for the next season, and, as reported yesterday by Tuttosport, the bianconeri are thinking about Napoli 25 year old Marek Hamšík, but, according to the same media, also Barcelona are keen on the Slovakia internationa, whose agent Juraj Venglos has perhaps been quite elusive about a possible future in Spain of his clent. But the Serie A defending champions need more a playmaker than a player like Hamsik, considering that Andrea Pirlo will soon turn 34; the first name for the heritage of the 2006 FIFA Worls Cup winner remains Paris Saint-Gernain 20 year old Marco Verratti, but, according to the same media, the French club is trying to extend the contract of the former Pescara player; same situation for Sampdoria 23 year old Andrea Poli, while another option remains Lyon 22 year old Clément Grenier, even if the France Under 21 international has different tachtical skills. Meanwhile the bianconeri keep on tracking Novara 18 year old Bruno Fernandes, who has declared that only at the end of the season he will meet his agents to make a decision about his future.
As reported earlier today, AC Milan keep on working to rejuvenate their team, and, interviewed by SpazioMilan.it, Giuseppe Riso, agent of 17 year old midfielder Bryan Cristante and same aged striker Andrea Petagna has confirmed that both his clients will sign a new contract as soon as they will turn 18. On the contrary, 23 year old striker Alberto Paloschi, actually on loan at Parma, has declared that he is not thinking about moving back to the rossoneri. But the Lombard club is also attentive to the situation of some expert players, like 35 year old Massimo Ambrosini, whose agent Moreno Roggi has declared to TMW that the player will extend until 2014.