Juventus might need to sign multiple midfielders in the summer, and, on top of Teun Koopmeiners, they are staying in touch with Lewis Ferguson and Marco Brescianini. They have plotted one investment in the role, but they don’t know whether Adrien Rabiot will stay and if they’ll retain Carlos Alcaraz.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Bologna star has a €25/30M price tag. He’s not mutually exclusive with the Dutchman. The Bianconeri execs recently with intermediaries close to him, who also represent Federico Gatti, but not his agent Bill McMurdo.

The Old Lady might receive a cash infusion from sales around the fringes. Sporting CP and Arthur are tracking loanees Kaio Jorge and Arthur respectively. Partying ways the duo could fetch up to €35M, TuttoSport informs.

Besides Ferguson, Juventus haven’t discarded Marco Brescianini, whom they tracked in January before landing Alcaraz. He’s a lot cheaper, as €10M could suffice to convince Frosinone. Milan are entitled to 50 percent of the fee as they let him join the Ciociari for free last summer, Calciomercato informs.

The 24-year-old recently bagged a pretty goal at the Stadium, his third of the season. He’s also in Atalanta’s crosshairs.

Our Take on Juventus, Ferguson, and Brescianini

They’ll definitely need more than one man, as there’s a chance none of their current backups stays, and Rabiot will decide late. The Bologna ace is close to the Frenchman in terms of skill set and physicality, but the reported price tag is optimistic.

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