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Juventus could try again to recruit Sassuolo veteran Domenico Berardi during the January transfer window, in the hope of obtaining a payment plan similar to previous deals.
It’s no secret that the Bianconeri attempted to recruit Berardi over the summer, but failing to reach an agreement quickly prompted Sassuolo to slam the door. Now, according to Tuttosport, they will try again in January. The most important thing is to get Sassuolo to agree to a loan with an obligation to buy, which they have already granted Juventus in the past for Manuel Locatelli. The club is asking the interested parties to pay 30 million euros for the player, especially as he is their captain and has a contract running until June 2027.