Juventus are reportedly re-evaluating their midfield options with their high-profile acquisition of Paul Pogba marred by injuries and a doping infringement.
Reports suggest that Arsenal’s Thomas Partey is being viewed as a potential replacement, with both clubs, and the player himself, possibly open to negotiations in the upcoming January transfer window.
Juventus find themselves rethinking their midfield strategy with the acquisition of Paul Pogba from Manchester United in June 2022 not going as planned. Pogba’s arrival was met with much anticipation but has since led to disappointment for the Turin-based club.
In his first season with Juventus, Pogba was limited to just 161 minutes across all competitions due to a knee injury.
His struggles continued into this season, where he saw only 52 minutes on the pitch before being sidelined by a doping infringement.
Rumours close to the Ghanaian player indicate he is “seriously considering” a January move away from the North London club and is willing to “accept offers” from other teams.
However, any potential transfer would hinge on Arsenal’s stance on the matter.
If talk over the summer is to be believed, they will be happy to move Partey on should they receive the right offer.