Andréa Pirlo, Paul Pogba, Dani Alves or more recently Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot... For several years now Juventus has specialised in free transfers, contacting players at the end of their contracts and offering them large signing bonuses.
At the same time, former United manager David Moyes has warned the club that they must keep Pogba at all costs.
“He is still Manchester United’s best midfielder player,' Moyes told TalkSport, before adding: 'He is still Manchester United’s best midfielder player,' Moyes told pe. He’d get a game for any team.''
These are very nice moves that have allowed Juve to build an extremely competitive group at a lower cost.
Obviously, this type of transfer is prepared well in advance. And it is with this in mind that Dries Mertens was contacted according to Il Matino. Already in negotiations with Inter Milan, the Belgian is already sure not to stay in Naples, where he will reach the end of his contract in June.
This mutiny did not help his situation, and the press itself quickly found a solution, which could well benefit Juventus once again…
In seven seasons at Naples, Dries Mertens scored 116 goals and had 69 assists. These are very good statistics, which have put him ahead of the legendary Maradona in the club's scoring charts.