Juventus of Turin have agreed to cede their Turkish defender Merih Demiral to Atalanta Bergamo.
Like the majority of major European clubs, Juventus is currently more active in terms of disposals than acquisitions. According to Goal Italy, the Bianconeri have just accepted the departure of their Turkish rear, Merih Demiral. The latter should take over the management of Atalanta Bergamo as part of a loan. A loan to which would be added a purchase option of around € 30 million.
Demiral replaces Romero
Within the Lombard team, Demiral would replace Cristian Romero. The Argentina international is expected to fly to London and the Tottenham club. Spurs have spent the sum of € 50m (plus € 5m) to secure the services of the recent Copa America winner.
The departure of Demiral should not penalize the Old Lady too much. The player not among the first choices of Massimiliano Allegri in this sector. The Tuscan coach prefers to maintain his confidence in the old guard embodied by Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci, and also in Matthijs De Ligt.
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