Brescia have confirmed that they are in talks with Juventus over the possible sale of Omar El Kaddouri.
The Old Lady have been paired with the Belgium Under-21 international in recent weeks, but they don’t seem in any great hurry to finalise terms.
“To be honest, we are only taking some very small steps in negotiations,” Brescia sporting director Andrea Iaconi told calcionews24.com.
“There is nothing new to report and it is certainly not official. We are talking about it as we know that Juventus want him.
“But I don’t know when it could happen. You’ll have to ask Juventus about that as a lot depends on them.”
The attacking midfielder grew up in the Anderlecht youth ranks before a switch to Brescia in 2008. He spent the 2010-11 season on loan at Sudtirol-Alto Adige.
It is believed that he could cost the new Italian champions €3m plus the ownership of Fausto Rossi.
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