More reports in the Spanish Press this evening have suggested that Juventus will move for Iker Muniain in January.
Barcelona-based newspaper Mundo Deportivo claimed earlier this week that the Bianconeri were carefully tracking the Athletic Bilbao attacker.
And fichajes.net have reiterated that by insisting on Friday that the Old Lady are determined to get the Spain Under-21 international, despite his high release clause.
Los Leones are not in desperate need of extra finances, and so will only let Muniain leave for his minimum fee release clause, which is believed to be at €38m.
However, the website has reported that Antonio Conte’s men are keen on the 21-year-old, and will make a move for him during the winter transfer window.
Stories have already circulated suggesting that former teammate Fernando Llorente has been in touch with the playmaker, eulogising about life in Turin.
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