Udinese’s Kwadwo Asamoah and Mauricio Isla have moved a step closer to completing transfers to Juventus, as the Ghanaian had his medical this afternoon.
The 23-year-old versatile Ghanaian Asamoah has spent the last four seasons on the Zebrette’s books, whilst 24-year-old Chilean Isla has been with the Friulani since 2007, but both now look set to complete a move to the Italian champions Juve.
Reports this morning suggested that the Turin outfit had struck an agreement with Udinese patron Gino Pozzo to sign both midfielders on co-ownership agreements. Juventus will reportedly pay a total of €15m to take up 50 per cent of the duo’s registration, with both players equally valued in the deal at €7.5m.
Asamoah has been pictured arriving at the club for his medical this afternoon and Isla is expected to follow tomorrow morning.