TURIN: Juric paws, many reinforcements expected

The image of the quarrel between the sports director Vagnati and the coach Juric has been around the world and is the plastic photograph of the difficulties with which Turin is planning its transfer market. The coach had long ago asked for eight players who were missing from the squad. Toro lost the free agents Belotti and Ansaldi, Pobega, Praet, Brekalo and Pjaca flew by for the end of the loan. Then there was the planned sale of Bremer, paid for in gold (50 million) by Juve, which displaced Inter. So far Pellegri from Monaco and winger Radonjic have come on loan. Now, also due to Juric’s outburst, something is moving: Lazaro is coming from Inter but he is a right winger, a role also covered in the squad. As defenders the Denayer track moves away, the club beats the one that leads to the Dutch Schuurs (which however costs 12 million). Juric would probably prefer to find Kumbulla, who he already had at Verona, but the negotiation does not take off. Laurientè of Lorient is followed as an offensive winger, but there is an acceleration for the Atalantino Miranchuck, so far used with a dropper by Gasperini, who should have medical examinations tomorrow. Also very close is 18-year-old Turkish midfielder Illkhan of Besiktas.
Another goal is Orsolini from Bologna, who would prefer to stay with Mihajlovic. The starting attack will be Sanabria with Pellegri in support. Zaza should go away, little considered by the coach and negotiations are underway with Roma for the Uzbek Shomurodov who in the last few hours has however approached Bologna. So there is still a lot to work for Juric who in the meantime counts on Bongiorno and Izzo in defense, Singo on the outside, on the emerging director Ricci and on the quality of Captain Lukic. But the next market moves will better indicate in which area of ​​the ranking the Bull will be able to position itself.

Line-up (3-4-2-1): Berisha, Bongiorno, Zima, Rodriguez, Singo, Lukic, Ricci, Vojvoda, RADONJIC, Verdi, Sanabria. All .: Juric.

Source: Ansa

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