Juventus could use Angelo Ogbonna as part of an exchange deal with Lazio to lower Antonio Candreva’s €35m fee.
The Bianconeri are targeting the Italy attacking midfielder as a reinforcement for Massimiliano Allegri.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has reportedly set the price-tag at a remarkable €35m, well beyond what Juve are prepared to pay.
According to Leggo, the deal could potentially be struck with the addition of centre-back Ogbonna, also an Italian international.
He would aid new Coach Stefano Pioli’s defence and be accepted along with €23m for Candreva.
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