After a very slow start to the season, Bologna are preparing for the winter transfer market in order to bolster the squad and try to avoid relegation. The Rossoblu's sproting director Bigon met today with Juventus director Paratici to discuss some potential moves in January. Bologna are very interested in Bianconeri's youngster Moise Kean, who score his first ever goal in Serie A two seasons ago against Bologna.
On the flipside, the Bianconeri would like to find a solution for Stefano Sturaro, who is currently on loan in Portugal to Sporting CP. The Italian midfielder, however, suffered an injury at the started of the season and never actually left Turin, where he recovered after the injury. Sturaro has now begun to run again and Bologna could be a possible destination for the former Genoa player and the two clubs will meet again to discuss it.
In the meantime, the Rossoblu are still pondering Filippo Inzaghi's future with the club still convicned to keep the current coach.