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Tuesday March 6 2012
Juve to take Nesta from Milan?

Juventus are ready to make Alessandro Nesta an offer if the stopper doesn’t sign a new contract at Milan in the summer, reports Tuttosport.

The Turin daily is today claiming that the Old Lady are thinking about a Bosman swoop which will be similar to the move that saw them net Andrea Pirlo from the Rossoneri last year.

Nesta, who will be 36 this month, signed a new one-year contract with the Diavolo at the end of the previous campaign.

The Rossoneri have already made it clear that they won’t discuss contract extensions with any players until this season has come to an end.

Nesta, who joined Milan from Lazio in 2002, has only played in 11 Serie A games and five Champions League ties so far this season.

Rossoneri boss Massimiliano Allegri has recently been using Philippe Mexes alongside Thiago Silva in central defence given Nesta’s injury issues.

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