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Juventus Zaniolo Willing to Pay The €50m Asking Price of Roma For

Roma attacker Nicolo Zaniolo’s future remains up in the air after Juventus began discussions with the attacker’s representatives. Bianconeri is looking to acquire the 23-year-old and pair him with young attacking duo Federico Chiesa and Dusan Vlahovic.

Gialorosi’s €50 million price tag for the player

Sport Mediaset claims that Juventus have relented, after initially being put off by Gialrossi’s €50 million price tag for the player. And ready to meet your asking price.

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Max Allegri’s side is reportedly willing to pay an initial €10 million to secure the Italian international loan, with a buyout obligation set at €35-40 million. Both the clubs will continue the discussion. But the chances of Niccol Zaniolo leaving Roma after four years continue to grow.

Juventus is in talks with AS Roma on a possible move

However, it has attracted a lot of attention from all over Europe. And Gol has reported that Juventus have started talks with AS Roma on a possible move. Gialorossi does not want to lose a significant asset this summer and thus Zaniolo’s head is at a €50 million price tag because they want to get its full market value in any sale. While this is a dealbreaker for the old lady. They are reportedly willing to swap players to reduce the fee.

Juventus with Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan, and a few other sides

Furthermore, reports have indicated that Juventus are not alone in the race with Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan, and a few other sides. All are weighing possible moves for the 22-year-old. However, Gol has revealed that the Turin giants are currently at the forefront and are also looking at a possible loan move for Zaniolo. Although with the option or obligation to buy. Yet this cannot happen. Because reports have indicated Roma wants a straight cash move to sign a replacement.

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