Juventus have not abandoned the idea of trying to sign Paul Pogba
Juventus have not abandoned the idea of trying to sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United, even though the Premier League side failed to sign another midfielder. Juve will persist with their approach until the Serie A transfer window shuts on September 2.
Having failed to agree a deal with Manchester United or Tottenham, Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is available for transfer though the Bianconeri will not sell him to rivals Inter.
Roma and Liverpool are negotiating a price for Reds defender Dejan Lovren which could reach €20m (£18.6m).
Milan would like to offload Uruguayan full-back Diego Laxalt and Parma are keen on a loan with an obligation to buy. However, the defender earns around €2m (£1.9m) per year and Parma cannot match that figure. Milan are also keen to shed Franck Kessie, Andre Silva and Suso from their squad.
Napoli’s search for a new No 9 to support Arkadiusz Milik could lead them to Porto striker Moussa Marega.