Juventus-Milan, market challenge for Lacroix

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Juventus-Milan, market challenge for Lacroix

With Alex Sandro’s farewell in June and the possibility of selling Tiago Djalò on loan, Juventus is looking for defensive reinforcements for 2024-25. While the desire remains Riccardo Calafiori of Bologna, turned center back by Thiago Motta, the Bianconeri management has also set its sights on Maxence Lacroix, a French center back class of 2000 owned by Wolfsburg, as reported by 'La Gazzetta dello Sport'.

In particular, the defender of the German club arouses interest because of his contractual situation: Lacroix is due to expire in 2025, and could be bought in July for a sum ranging from 10 to 15 million euros plus possible bonuses, in the absence of a renewal.

However, the French center-back is not only liked by the Old Lady. In fact, on him è also the interest of AC Milan is alive, which has identified him as an ideal profile to replace Simon Kjaer, who expires at the end of this season and is unlikely to renew his contract with the Rossoneri.

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