This summer, Juventus and Atalanta are in several transfer negotiations. While Cristian Romero will complete his Turin-Bergamo move after last season’s loan with the Orobici, Gian Piero Gasperini may also be interested in Merih Demiral’s services.
Then there is Robin Gosens, who remains a transfer target for the Old Lady, even if a deal remains unlikely at this point in time.
However, should the German leave La Dea this summer a replacement would be required and another Juventus player will be considered.
While Gianluca Frabotta has been believed to be Atalanta’s main left flank target this summer, a circulating report claims otherwise.
Accordingly the Gazzetta dello Sport about ilBianconero, the Bergamo Club has drawn its attention to Giuseppe Pezzella from Parma.
The 23-year-old gained Serie A experience while playing for Udinese and Genoa and after Ducali’s relegation to Serie B he could be available for a relatively low price.
On the other hand, Frabotta joined Juve’s U-23 squad in 2019 after a stint at the Bologna Youth Academy. Last season, Andrea Pirlo promoted the left-back to the first squad and relied on his services, especially in the first half of the season.
Nonetheless, Luca Pellegrini is now back in Turin after his loan in Genoa and is expected to act as a replacement for Alex Sandro for the coming season, leaving little room for the former Bologna man.