Juventus eyeing a move for Sampdoria midfielder Damsgaard


Juventus are reportedly weighing up a move for Sampdoria midfielder Mikkel Damsgaard, along with Inter Milan, AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur as per the report in the Italian outlet Tuttosport

After joining the Serie A side last summer, the 21-year-old enjoyed a productive season at Luigi Ferraris last term, scoring two goals and assisting four times in 35 league appearances. 

Following a decent performance in the Italian top-flight, the midfielder was called up to the Denmark national team for Euro 2020 over the summer and had an impressive campaign with the national squad that reached the semi-final. 

According to the report, Juventus are eyeing a move for the Sampdoria midfielder Mikkel Damsgaard and will keep a close eye on the player’s performance when both clubs meet at Allianz Stadium on Sunday afternoon. 

The report further claims that signing the Dane will not be easy for Bianconeri as Inter Milan, AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur are also keeping an eye on the highly-rated midfielder. 

Juventus want to sign Sampdoria ace Mikkel Damsgaard:

Signing Damsgaard will be a very good addition to Juventus’ midfield department. The Old Lady of Turin currently lack players who can play as a creative midfielder and the Denmark international will certainly fill that void at Allianz Stadium. 

The Bianconeri have always signed experienced players who will help the club to bring success in the immediate future. However, Massimiliano Allegri has decided to go on a different path this time around. The record Serie A champions are keen on bringing in younger players who can develop at the Allianz Stadium and blossom under the tutelage of experienced players like Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini. 

Meanwhile, after a disappointing start to the season in Allegri’s second spell, Juventus found the first victory of the league campaign against Spezia midweek. The Bianconeri will be hoping to keep their winning run going when they encounter Sampdoria on Sunday. 

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