Juve reportedly agree deals with Calafiori and Koopmeiners, negotiations with Atalanta and Bologna needed

Juventus, through their sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli, has reached personal agreements with Riccardo Calafiori and Teun Koopmeiners. Tuttosport reports that the key task now is to convince Bologna and Atalanta to release the players.

The Bianconeri are focusing on the transfer market to strengthen their squad. It is believed that these two players are the main targets for the Turin-based club.

A five-year contract is reportedly on the table for the Dutch midfielder Teun Koopmeiners. This move signifies Juventus’ intention to secure a long-term future for the talented player.

Further negotiations are expected to take place soon with Bologna and Atalanta to finalise the transfers.

“Both players have shown great potential and fit perfectly into our future plans,” a source close to the club revealed to Tuttosport.

The successful acquisition of Calafiori and Koopmeiners would represent a significant boost for Juventus as they aim to enhance their squad depth and quality.

Juventus fans will be eagerly awaiting further updates as the club works diligently to complete these deals.

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