The Spanish team wants Mattia De Sciglio and Daniele Rugani, who would not be within the plans of Andrea Pirlo.
After the departures of Ferran Torres, Dani Parejo and Francis Coquelin, the swollen of Valencia expects new signings to balance Javi Gracia’s squad. In recent days there has been speculation about the possibility of signing Pepe Reina for goal.
Now, from the Italian press, specifically according to TuttoSport, Valencia would be probing the signing of two Juventus defenders: Mattia De Sciglio and Daniele Rugani, both with a current contract.
Both players could leave the entity with the arrival at the bank of Andrea Pirlo, who intends to carry out a revolution in the squad.
In fact, Juve need to sell several pieces to later be able to go to the market, and he believes that Fabio Paratici, the club’s general manager, could give the green light for both defenders to leave.
De Sciglio has a market value of 9.5 million euros, while Rugani would be valued at around 12. It may be that the operation, if it occurs, involves Maxi Gómez, Uruguayan striker from Valencia who would end up in the ranks of Juventus.
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