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Roma, Inter, Juventus And Milan’s Main Transfer Targets

As the transfer window approaches, many players are going to be moved and rumored to leave their current clubs, however some stars such as Juan Cuadrado and Angelo Ogbonna are also prepared to move according to TuttoMercatoWeb. 

The number one target for AC Milan is Adel Taarabt, who is on loan from QPR and Fulham. He did very poorly at his two previous clubs, but since coming on loan to Milan, he has shined, showing the potential he showed at QPR. This would be a good purchase for Milan, and signing the 24 year old would show that Galliani and Berlusconi are ready to invest.

Juventus is after Fiorentina winger Juan Cuadrado, even though many bigger clubs, such as Real Madrid are after the Colombian. The winger has had a fantastic season this year, and will surely attract many more clubs as the summer window approaches. 

A shocking report on Inter Milan and Juventus shows that the Nerazzurri may be after Juventus’ Angelo Ogbonna, an Italian center back who has not played much for the Bianconeri this year, with only 23 appearances so far this year. As a result, the 25 year old defender might be itching for a starting spot, and he could certainly do so on an Inter side which has been struggling this year in defense.

Finally, the most sensational rumor is the interest shown in Erik Lamela by AS Roma. The Argentinean winger just now moved from Roma to Tottenham, but has struggled greatly, and hasn’t fit in at all in England. He would certainly fetch a pretty penny, but he might be replacing Adem Ljajic, who Lamela was replaced with. Ljajic hasn’t performed as well as some hoped, and this may give an excuse to Rudi Garcia to bring the Spurs winger back to the Italian capital.

All very interesting developing stories, and as we approach the transfer window, we will see which of these transfers will work out.



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