Juventus’ change in Coach has reportedly brought about a new list of objectives in the summer transfer window.
The Bianconeri had been in talks with Juan Manuel Iturbe, Patrice Evra and Alvaro Morata before Antonio Conte’s departure on Tuesday evening.
Whilst negotiations for Iturbe broke down and he has since signed for Roma, the Gazzetta dello Sport are running the line that talks with both Evra and Morata’s representatives remain on course.
At the same time, though, the pink paper suggests that with Massimiliano Allegri now in place of Conte, other targets are also being identified.
It is speculated that the Old Lady are after technical players with pace and could be considering once more a move for Stevan Jovetic, or interest in Javier Pastore, Lucas Moura and Erik Lamela.
A further target is reportedly Roma’s Adem Ljajic, even if the Gazzetta believe sporting director Walter Sabatini met with his agent just yesterday to propose an improved contract.
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