Udinese have confirmed that Juventus are interested in Kwadwo Asamoah, but insist it’s still too early for a deal to be done.
Reports suggest that the two clubs will discuss the midfielder in a meeting on Monday as the Old Lady look to strengthen for next season’s Champions League campaign.
“We are only at the end of May and we still have to make plans for next term seeing as we have the preliminary round of the Champions League to prepare for,” stated Udinese sporting director Fabrizio Larini to calcionews24.com.
“I honestly don’t know how people can suggest that an agreement between Juventus and Udinese for Asamoah has already been agreed.
“I don’t want to lie and we are aware of Juve’s concrete interest, but there are meetings, the evaluation of an offer and possible player swaps before a signature can arrive.
“You can’t say that a deal is done when no deal has been done…”
The Italian champions are looking for a new midfielder and the 23-year-old has impressed with three goals in 31 League games this term.
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