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Lille’s Tiago Djalò is one of the most-watched players in Serie A this winter, with Inter and Juventus having made him one of their priorities for several months already, especially as the Portuguese defender is at the end of his contract. While Inter are keen to sign him for free next summer, Juventus would like to try their luck this January, and have already found a solution.
According to Tuttosport, the Turin club must first sell a player, which could be Filippo Ranocchia, a midfielder currently on loan at Empoli, who could be sold to Palermo in Serie B for a cheque for 3 million euros. This sum would then be reinvested to buy Djalò, thus complying with the liquidity index rule set by the Italian Football Federation.