Juventus are weighing up their options to land Arsenal target Atletico Madrid star winger Yannick Carrasco in a last-ditch attempt who could be set to leave the club this window, with the 24-year-old battling for game time at the Wanda Metropolitano.
The star winger has been behind the pecking order in Diego Simeone’s side this season and in spite of showing up 25 times this season, the player has just finished three matches up until this point, contributing four goals and five assists only.
But with World Cup knocking at the door, the player is supposedly searching somewhere else for more game time to secure his consideration in the Belgium squad.
The player was previously linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium in the January transfer window but with Arsenal secured the marking of Mkhitaryan and on the verge of affirming Dortmund attacker Aubameyang, it would seem that now just Juventus are in the race for the 24-year-old.
Juventus have as of lately lost versatile attacker Juan Cuadrado with an injury. At, to begin with, it was felt that the Colombian’s damage was unimportant however now it has given the idea that the player may need to go under the knife which will absent him for a few months.
Furthermore, seeing the circumstance, the Italian Champions have reportedly prepared to test the view of Atletico for Carrasco who apparently has a € 100 million release clause.
In spite of that matter, Juventus are not prepared to pay that sum, in any case, could make an exceptionally persuading offer to prise him away which is supposedly €60 million but with so much little time left it seems like difficult for the Turin based side securing a deal.
Aside from Carrasco, Juventus are also searching for an alternative option with Sassuolo attacker Matteto Politano, however, the player is for the most part now is very near joining Napoli in this window.