Luca Marrone is once more being linked with a January loan move out of Juventus, with Palermo said to be the latest interested party.
The Rosanero’s CEO Pietro Lo Monaco is reported by today’s Corriere dello Sport as intent on strengthening his club’s midfield during the winter break and has identified the Bianconeri’s 22-year-old as an ideal addition.
Udinese, Genoa and Atalanta are all also listed as still tracking the Juve youth product, who has made four appearances for the League leaders this season.
That lack of playing time is thought why a long list is forming to take him in January, but Coach Antonio Conte is seen as a barrier to any potential move, having been repeatedly reported as keen to block any potential exit of Marrone in mid-season.
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