On the eve of the transfer window, the Bianconeri are still searching for the right balance between their budget and their ambition to sign a player who could add to their attack.
Juventus’ search for an attacker comes after the club agreed a deal with Sevilla for a deal worth up to €30m, with the player to be signed in the coming days.
The deal was agreed on a Saturday evening, after the transfer was completed by the Biancocelesti on Friday night.
Juve are still seeking a player for their attacking core, with Alessio Romagnoli still in demand, and Mauro Icardi still waiting for his future to be sorted out.
The Bianconeste have also received an offer from Borussia Dortmund for Nuri Sahin, and will meet with their German counterparts on Sunday.
With only six games left to play, Juventus will not be too keen on waiting until the last minute for the final deal, but the club has a deadline to seal the deal before the transfer is completed.
It is a decision that will be difficult for the Biancolesti to swallow, as they would need a major transfer fee to justify the move.
Juventus are still hoping to sign the defender who has scored 14 goals in 25 appearances this season, and has been one of the most exciting players for Juventus in recent seasons.
However, if Juve are unable to find a buyer for Sahin at the transfer market, the club will likely be forced to sell their current squad to make room for the new arrivals.
This would make sense as they are yet to sign anyone in the transfer period, and with Juventus’ squad still thin, it is unlikely that they would be able to add to it without a major fee.
There is still a possibility that they could still make a move for Sahim in the summer, with Juventus already having already signed the Brazilian defender for €7.2m.
Sahim is currently out of contract in the winter transfer window and will not return to Serie A this season.