Marko Pjaca's experience at Fiorentina could end sooner than expected. The born in 95' forward, who's not played a lot under the Viola jersey, could return to Turin during this transfer window. Pioli's intentions seem clear: keep the player and give him more playing time in the second part of the season. The Bianconero board will evaluate the number 10's situation during the first two games after the break to understand if Pjaca will have some space after Muriel's arrival at Fiorentina.
If it wasn't the case, Juventus would be ready to bring the former Dinamo Zagreb player back in Turin: Allegri could use him as an extra solution after Cuadrado got injured, or Juventus could think about Fulham's offer as they're ready to buy him on a permanent deal.
Regarding arrivals, Paratici has been looking in Brazil; Renan Lodi, born in 97' defender from Atletico Paranense is an option that could cost between 15 and 20 million euros. Juventus would like to buy him in synergy with another club where he could play until the end of the season.