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Nahuel Molina approached by Juve for £25m

Juventus

Nahuel Molina, a 24-year-old Argentine who joined the Friulian club from Boca Juniors in September 2020, has acclimated well to life in Europe and has impressed in the previous two seasons.

In 35 Serie A games this season, Molina scored seven goals and added five assists, prompting interest from a number of prominent teams. However, the Bianconeri aim to improve their team, Nahuel Molina has been on the radar of Juventus for some time.

They’ve been watching the Argentinian full-back flourish at Udinese this season.

Juventus wants to keep their best players but can sign any player they want. They can do that from any other Serie A club. Moreover, they have already established their asking price for Molina.

Juventus interest in Nahuel Molina

Udinese is only ready to allow one of their wingbacks to depart this summer, according to reports. However, both wingbacks are wanted by the Old Lady.

According to club director Pierpaolo Marino, the Udogie is wanted by the Zebrette. At the same time, he made Molina available to Juventus.

Juventus feels he can help them develop at that position. In other words, they have decided to bring him in to help Allegri’s side.

Udinese take on the issue

Udinese is now hoping to recoup roughly €25-30 million from his sale, according to Football Italia. On the other hand, Juventus continue to pursue him in order to build a strong foundation for the future.

Last season, the 24-year-old was one of the best right-backs in the Italian top flight, scoring seven goals in the league for his current club.

“It is difficult for Udogie to leave in the summer. We are convinced that by staying with us for another year he can raise his value, which is now difficult to identify after just one season, and at such young age.”Calciomercato

Nahuel Molina’s current situation

Juventus cannot afford to pay this cost for Molina this summer, but the two clubs’ great friendship might help smooth a transaction nonetheless. Udinese is particularly interested in Filippo Ranocchia, a promising midfielder who impressed on loan at Vicenza.

With seven goals and five assists, the Argentine was the league’s highest-scoring defender. The 19-year-old Italo-Nigerian provided five goals and three assists on the opposing wing.

Molina is already a full international, having played five times for Argentina during their triumphant Copa America campaign last year.

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