Juventus are still among the clubs looking to sign Rodrigo De Paul this month but on a temporary acquisition and then try to define a permanent stay only next summer, according to Daniele Longo.
Rodrigo De Paul could leave Atletico Madrid this month after his relationship with manager Diego Simeone is said to be strained.
If Atletico Madrid decided to release him, they would ask for 36 million euros, which Juventus will not pay this month even if they want him.
Instead, Juventus may try to sign him on a temporary acquisition and then try to define a permanent stay only next summer, however, Atletico would be unlikely to accept it.
The 28-years-old midfielder, who was wanted by Juventus before moving to Atletico Madrid from Udinese, was one the players who helped Argentina to win the World Cup 2022 last December in Qatar.