After completing the signing of Matthijs De Ligt, Juventus are shifting their focus on the outgoings. In the list of possible departing players there's also Moise Kean. Everton are particularly keen on the Italian striker, while also Arsenal and Barcelona - the Blaugrana would have sent him on loan to Sevilla - made enquiries with Juventus for the 19-year-old. Juventus' intention is to sell Kean for a sum around 25-30 million euros, but also to keep some sort of right of first refusal in case of a future sale.
Another player that could leave the club is Blaise Matuidi, who is being pursued by Monaco and for whom the Bianconeri are asking 25-30 million. The Frenchman could not be the only midfielder to head the exit, as also Sami Khedira has received offers from Fenerbahce and some clubs of the Bundesliga.
On Perin-Benfica front, the deal has stalled after the medical that the goalkeeper underwent in Portugal. The parties, however, have held new meetings and a final decision on the deal is expected to be made in the coming hours. The option being considered are those of changing the formula of the transfer to an loan with obligation to buy tied to certain conditions or to make the deal fall through. The goalkeeper passed the medical with Benfica, however, the two clubs do not agree on the recovery time from his injury.