Udinese director Cristiano Giaretta insists “Juventus and Inter are challenging for Roberto Pereyra, but no deal yet.”
Italian newspapers have been adamant for several days that the Bianconeri have already agreed terms for Pereyra in exchange for cash and Bologna defender Frederik Sorensen for a total €12m fee.
“Is it all done with Juve? No, there is no deal yet and I don’t want to go one way or the other right now,” director of sport Giaretta told fcinternews.
“He is a very interesting player, so we’re not surprised clubs are eyeing him up. As nothing is confirmed yet, the issue is still wide open.
“Are Juve and Inter the challengers? Yes, there is interest and the situation is open. We haven’t closed the door on anybody yet.”
Think you know your Italian football? Share your knowledge, tips and comments to win cash prizes in OLBG's tipster competition - £11,000 to be won monthly!