Juventus chasing Federico Chiesa

Federico Chiesa is a wanted man in the transfer window and it appears that the Italy international might end up leaving Fiorentina this summer.

While Federico Chiesa may have other suitors, the young midfielder is definitely not going to make a hasty decision about his future. The Italian is attracting a lot of interest from several teams in Europe. And now, Juventus have also started moving things swiftly in order to bring the Italian to Juventus Stadium.

With Maurizio Sarri now officially working for the club, things have picked up pace. The likes of Matthijs de Ligt and Adrien Rabiot are already eager to join the club. Paul Pogba on the other hand, apparently called the former Chelsea manager. The Frenchman is desperate to leave Manchester United.

Federico Chiesa, son of legendary Italian player Enrico, is the latest player that Juventus want to sign.

The Turin giants have two ways to work. On one hand they try to sign players whose contracts have either ended or are close to ending or they sign the best Italian talent. And this is where the attacker from La Viola comes in. Young, consistent, Italian and a hunger to win, Chiesa is exactly the type of player who can be influential for the club for many years.

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At the age of 21, Federico Chiesa has time on his side and playing with some of the best players in Europe can only help him.

According to Foot Mercato, the youngster is going to cost Juventus a fortune. Reportedly, Fiorentina want at least €100 million for their prized asset.

That hasn’t put off Juve from launching an assault. Reportedly, La Vecchia Signora has already agreed personal terms with Federico Chiesa. Now, the Bianconeri is trying to convince the Florence-based club into selling the player.

Clearly, things have really picked up pace since Sarri has arrived.

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