Rodrigo De Paul is keen on returning to Italy after facing challenges adapting to Atletico Madrid’s style of play.
Despite being a regular starter for over two years and winning a World Cup with the Spanish club, De Paul is now considering a new chapter in his career.
Juventus is willing to support his wish, especially with midfield reinforcements needed due to the Pogba and Fagioli situations, reports IlBianconero.
However, financial constraints limit direct investments for players like De Paul. Juventus is considering a loan deal similar to the one for Morata, involving various conditions.
This approach aligns with De Paul’s technical attributes and experience, gaining approval within the Juventus board. De Paul himself is open to the idea of making an impact in Serie A again.
Negotiations with Atletico Madrid will require careful consideration of the terms to persuade the Spanish club.
The potential key to this deal could involve another player linked with Juventus, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who is reportedly on the verge of leaving Tottenham.