With the World Cup kicking off, club teams are already planning what will be the resumption of the championships, also paying more than a little attention to the January transfer market . At Juve, they continue to look for a right-back who can replace Juan Cuadrado, who has shown a noticeable decline compared to previous years and with a future still to be decided. The most popular names always lead to Odriozola from Real and Karsdorp from Roma, who at the moment are also the low cost situations within Madama’s reach.

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As far as the former Viola is concerned, reaching an agreement with the Spaniards isn’t very complicated, given that so far Odriozola hasn’t played a single minute this season. The bianconeri would like to adopt the loan route and from Madrid they let it be known that they would get rid of it almost at no cost. But Madama takes her time and tries to evaluate even more options, such as that of the Giallorossi Karsdorp, who ‘fled’ from Rome after the episode with Josè Mourinho. Here, however, the situation is different, because the Giallorossi don’t give discounts and would only let him leave in the face of a definite transfer.

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This is why Juve continue to monitor other goals and many names circulate. From Malo Gusto of Lyon to Ndicka from Eintracht, up to Badiashile from Monaco, the Old Lady continues to act on several fronts.

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