Di Maria-Juventus: game still open
There Juventus made a new proposal to Angel Di Maria. The Juventus management has changed its offer from a two-year offer to 7.5 million euros, to an annual 7 million with an option in favor of the player. In this way, Di Maria will decide whether to stay in Turin for the second consecutive year or return to play in Argentina. A proposal that has found the entourage of the player in agreement, but only the yes of the 34-year-old former PSG can give a definitive acceleration to the negotiation. Di Maria will dissolve her reservations about his future in the next few hours.
Rome, because Zaniolo can start: from the silences with Mourinho to the Uefa stakes
by Matteo Pinci
Inter, other steps forward for Lulaku
It will be a decisive weekend for the negotiation Romelu Lukaku-Inter. Beppe Marotta is in a hurry to close the agreement – in order not to lose the advantages of the Growth Decree – and contacts with Chelsea they are frequent. In the next few hours – barring unforeseen events related to the new owner of the Blues, Todd Boehly – the two clubs will meet in a call to change the deal. Lukaku trembles: the desire to go back to wearing the Nerazzurri shirt is great and the two clubs are not far apart. Inter’s desire is to close the deal by tomorrow, with the London-Milan axis getting hotter and hotter.
Milan awaits Lukaku. The house, the deluxe guesthouse, the favorite restaurant: the places in the heart of Romelu
by Franco Vanni
Psg, close to the Vitinha shot
The Psg is closing the deal with Port for Vitinha. The new sporting director of the Parisians Luis Campos he found an agreement with Porto for 40 million euros. The midfielder born in 2000 has already said yes to PSG and in the next few hours Campos will seek the final thrust to deliver the player to his new club. In the past, Lazio had also been interested in Vitinha, but the price set by Porto is now too high for the Biancocelesti coffers.
Frost between Fiorentina and Italian, the renewal of the technician does not arrive. Tudor and De Zerbi the alternatives
by Matteo Dovellini