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Wednesday January 31 2018
Juventus bid for Han rejected

Juventus and Cagliari have reportedly failed to reach an agreement for Han Kwang-song after a meeting today.

The Bianconeri are keen to sign the North Korean striker and they held a lunch meeting with the Sardinian club today to try and work out a deal.

However, Sky Italia reports that the Isolani turned down the proposed transfer which would have seen half the fee made up by Alberto Cerri and Fabrizio Caligara moving to Cagliari.

Therefore, as things stand, Han will remain on loan at Perugia and will not sign a deal with Juve.

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Wednesday January 31 2018
Juve raise Han bid?

Juventus have reportedly raised their offer to €14m plus potentially two players for North Korean sensation Han Kwang-Song.

According to Goal.com, Juve will include striker Alberto Cerri and possibly goalkeeper Emil Audero on loan, as well as the double-digit figure.

However, the website warns the Bianconeri have yet to convince Cagliari into a sale, although they will “carefully evaluate” the bid.

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Tuesday January 30 2018
Juventus continue Han talks

Juventus are reportedly meeting Cagliari today, as they continue negotiations for Han Kwang-song.

The North Korean striker is on loan with Perugia, but the Bianconeri are keen to secure a deal for next season.

His agent confirmed last week that talks had taken place with the Serie A champions, and Tuttomercatoweb is reporting further discussions today in Milan.

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Friday January 26 2018
Agent: ‘Juventus do want Han’

Han Kwang-song’s agent confirms Juventus “are negotiating” with Cagliari to sign the North Korean striker.

The young forward has been catching the eye on loan at Perugia, and has been heavily linked with the Bianconeri in recent days.

“The most important thing for the lad is that Juventus have serious intentions to take him to Turin,” Sandro Stemperini told Gianluca Di Marzio’s website.

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Wednesday January 24 2018
Juventus meet with Cagliari

Juventus are meeting with Cagliari this afternoon to discuss a deal for Han Kwang-song, according to reports.

The Bianconeri are believed to be interested in the North Korean striker, who last season became the first player from his country to both play and score in Serie A.

Now Sky is reporting that the two clubs are meeting this lunchtime to discuss a deal for Han, who is currently on loan at Perugia.

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Friday January 19 2018
Juventus to meet for Han

Juventus will meet Cagliari today to discuss North Korean striker Han Kwang-song, according to reports.

The 19-year-old is on loan at Perugia in Serie B, and has been impressing this season after becoming the first ever North Korean player to play and score in Serie A in 2016-17.

That has attracted the interest of the Bianconeri, and La Stampa reports they’ll meet Cagliari in Milan today to discuss a potential deal.

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Sunday January 14 2018
Han 'Honoured with Juve link'

North Korean striker Kwang-Song Han is “honoured” to be linked with Juventus, but insists he has had no official contact.

The forward became the first North Korean to score in Serie A when featuring for Cagliari last season.

He is currently on loan to Serie B outfit Perugia and the Juve plan is to buy him, but not interrupt that season with Perugia.

“We are very honoured to be linked with Juventus, who are a massive club,” agent Stefano Stemperini told TuttoJuve.com.

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Saturday January 13 2018
Juve hungry for Han

Multiple sources claim Juventus are in advanced negotiations for Cagliari’s North Korean hitman Kwang-Song Han.

Still only 19, the centre-forward is currently on loan in Serie B with Perugia, scoring an impressive seven goals with three assists in 17 games.

He made history as not only the first North Korean player in Serie A, but also the first to score in an Italian top flight match.

According to Sportitalia, Sky Sport Italia and Tuttosport, Juventus are on the verge of clinching a deal to sign Han next season.

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Thursday January 11 2018
Juventus discuss Barella deal

Juventus met with Cagliari and Nicolò Barella’s agent today to discuss a transfer to Turin for the future, working in synergy for with other young players.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Juve discussed the situation with Cagliari directors and Barella’s agent, Stefano Beltrami.

Midfielder Barella turns 21 next month and has already been linked with numerous clubs, including Roma, Inter, Valencia, Manchester United and Sevilla.

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Tuesday September 26 2017
North Korea stop Han appearance

It’s reported the North Korean government banned Perugia’s Han Kwang-Song from appearing on Italian television.

The striker, who is on loan from Cagliari, became the first North Korean to score in Serie A last season, and has give goals in six games in the second division.

He was due to appear on Rai Due’s ‘Domenica Sportiva’ this weekend to discuss his form, but the appearance was pulled at the last minute.

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