Juventus is set to sign Barcelona attacker
Fabrizio Romano claims that Juventus intends to approach Barcelona about acquiring Memphis Depay. Unless he is satisfied with the Italian club’s offer, the Dutchman won’t agree to terminate his contract at Camp Nou; negotiations are still ongoing.
Memphis can sign a two-year deal with Juventus in Turin. The attacking player has no ambition to join Tottenham Hotspur or to represent a Turkish team. His chapter in Spain appears to be drawing to a close after a year at Barcelona, and a new one with one of Italy’s heavyweights is set to begin.
Memphis, a Dutch international who has played 80 times and scored 42 goals for his country, joined Barcelona last summer on a free transfer from Lyon. Memphis made 36 appearances for the Catalan club, scoring 13 goals and assisting on two more.
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Memphis will be replaced due to overpopulation at center forward, but Barcelona added Robert Lewandowski this summer and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang the following January.