Juventus are reportedly on the trail of Sampdoria defender Shkodran Mustafi and have already presented a first offer.
Mustafi came to prominence last season for the Blucerchiati and, after regular playing time, earned a spot in Germany’s World Cup provisional squad, before later coming into the tournament selection to replace the injured Marco Reus.
The 22-year-old’s rise has reportedly caught the attention of a number of clubs this summer, including most prominently Juventus, report the Gazzetta dello Sport today.
The daily publication indicate that the Bianconeri’s interest is developed to the extent that they have in fact already tabled an offer of €6m for the centre-back.
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