Juventus will part ways with €45 Million in order to attain Atalanta’s Caldara and Gagliardini.
Juventus are looking to maintain a strong core of Italian’s in their squad, and have continued that tradition with two key acquisitions.
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, the Bianconeri have agreed to purchase the rights of Atalanta’s Caldara and Gagliardini.
The players will cost 20 million, and 25 million euros respectively which will boost the coffers of Atalanta.
Both Caladara and Gagliardini will stay at Atalanta for the reminder of the season, after which will join Juventus in the summer.
Atalanta’s other youth prospects Kessie and Petagna look to stay for the time being. However both are highly sought after.
Kessie has been linked to a move to the Premier League, whilst Petagna who is an appealing prospect is considered to young to be signed by Juventus.