Juventus may sign two goalkeepers from Brescia this summer given the possibility that Michele Arcari could follow Nicola Leali to Turin.
The Old Lady have done a deal for teenager Leali with the Serie B team, although he’s likely to be immediately sent out on loan to a smaller club by the champions.
Arcari, however, would be netted to remain at the Juventus Stadium to be the outfit’s back-up to Gigi Buffon and Marco Storari.
“Michele has another year on his contract at Brescia, but the Juventus interest in him is important,” agent Vincenzo Rispoli noted.
“The Bianconeri want him as their third-choice custodian and that can only please him.
“However, we will have to wait and see because all of this depends on whether Alex Manninger stays or goes.”
Manninger’s deal in Turin expires next month.
Arcari, almost 34, has been on Brescia’s books since 2005.
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