Juventus, Cristiano Giuntoli accelerates for new midfielder

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Hit from the Championship for Juventus

Juventus è is ready to give Massimiliano Allegri a new midfielder. After unsuccessful attempts for Giacomo Bonaventura and Roberto Pereyra, the Bianconeri have reportedly turned decisively to Carlos Alcaraz, an Argentine midfielder, class of 2002 from Southampton, who has already given his okay for the transfer.

According to reports from "Sky Sport", the management of the "Old Lady" would put on the pot an onerous loan with a right of redemption for a total amount of 35 million euros. In the coming hours there should be new contacts to file the last details and find the final white smoke.

In addition, the Argentine player would be expected in Turin already in these days to undergo the ritual medical examinations with his new club.

The soccer market window will end on Thursday, Feb. 1, at 8 p.m., with the classic closing of the doors, often the subject of rather embarrassing scenes, which will take place at the Sheraton hotel in Milan. There's still time for domestic clubs to improve the staff available to their coaches.

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