Juventus Chief Rules Out Vlahovic Sale Amid Atléti Interest
Written by Patrick Echatah
Given the lack of a clear attacking options in the central attacking position for Atléti right now, Los Rojiblancos may very well be looking for a new forward this summer.
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The team is designed so that Antoine Griezmann may attack freely, but his partners up front are questionable.
Since Angel Correa is not a typical forward to pair with Griezmann, he is not likely to claim the position for an entire season. Alvaro Morata has also had trouble maintaining the spot in the meantime. He has scored 15 goals this season, but Diego Simeone is looking for a more clinical touch.
Memphis Depay has possibly been the attacker who has tied their attack together the best in the second half of the season. Vlahovic, according to Bianconeri Director Francesco Calvo, is not for sale and won’t be moving anywhere.
The bright young Serbian has fallen short of expectations and has been mentioned as one of Juve’s most prized assets that may be sold as they consider skipping the Champions League.
Even if Juventus were interested in selling, they would probably seek a price that was on par with or higher than what Atletico Madrid spent for Morata. If Los Colchoneros didn’t have money from significant sales coming in, it seems unlikely that they would be willing to make such an investment.
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On Saturday, Nottingham Forest defeated Arsenal 1-0 at the City Ground to guarantee their place in the Premier League for another season.
Renan Lodi completed the entire game in that one and has been a consistent member of their team this season, appearing in 27 league games. Forest had the option to purchase the Brazilian player for €30 million if they so desired as part of their loan arrangement with Atletico Madrid for him.
However, according to Relevo, that clause has since ended. As a result, if Forest wants to permanently sign Lodi, they will need to renegotiate the contract with Atletico.
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