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Juventus plot €100m double-striker swoop to replace Ronaldo

Juventus are eyeing the signing of Mauro Icardi and Dusan Vlahovic in summer 2022 to replace the goals deficit caused by the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.


Italian giants, Juventus are targeting the summer of 2022 as the perfect time to beef up their strike force with two big-name strikers. The Bianconeri are looking to replace the goals of Cristiano Ronaldo after the Portuguese international chose to return to Manchester United during the summer. 

Now led by Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus will look to complete the signings of former Inter Milan captain, Mauro Icardi and want-away Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic during the 2022 summer transfer window. Both strikers are expected to cost the Old Lady at least €100m in transfer fees alone. 

Current PSG striker, Mauro Icardi seems to be unsettled at Paris Saint-Germain with the arrival of Lionel Messi in the team. The Argentine striker has not been able to nail down a spot in the Parisians starting XI since he moved to the club in 2020. The French club could be willing to sanction his move back to Italy if they receive up to €40m for the striker. 

Fiorentina hotshot striker, Dusan Vlahovic is on his way out of the Serie A club after the club's president confirmed that the Serbian striker will not sign a contract extension at the club. Dusan Vlahovic is a wanted man by Manchester City Tottenham Hotspur and Atletico Madrid. Juventus could get him if they can pay up to €60m for the striker who would prefer to stay in the  Italian Serie A. 

After getting the huge wages of Cristiano Ronaldo off their wage bill, Juventus are ready to reinvest into their squad. The Italian club has also offered new deals to Paulo Dybala and Juan Cuadrado to extend their stay at the club.

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