Fiorentina’s transfer window has sparked attention as the club prioritises bolstering their flanks, according to Florence news outlet La Nazione. The club’s executives have narrowed down their interest list, with a few names generating outstanding intrigue.
Top on the list is Jan-Niklas Beste, Heidenheim’s German defender. Valued approximately at 15 million euros, there are suggestions that a deal could be struck for as low as 12 million euros.
Sassuolo’s Laurienté stands as another desired player, particularly for offensive skills that can be utilised at the lateral corridor. However, Sassuolo claims a minimum bidding rate of 20 million euros – a figure deemed too high by Fiorentina’s hierarchy.
Fiorentina continues its strategic player search for the outer tracks strengthening, with tense negotiations to be expected in the upcoming weeks of the transfer window.