Juventus set asking price for frustrated Arsenal and Liverpool target

Tuttosport newspaper claims Juventus will listen to offers of at least €40m for Kenan Yildiz in January, while Sky Sports Deutschland adds the 18-year-old striker is ‘completely frustrated’ with his lack of playing time in Turin.

The Turkish starlet has recently scored his first international goal in a friendly against Germany but is not playing regularly at Juventus where he has made five Serie A appearances this term.

He has netted twice in seven appearances with Juventus NextGen playing in Italy’s third division, but according to Sky DE journalist Florian Plettenberg Yildiz wants to get more playing time at a senior level and is ‘completely frustrated’ with his situation in Turin.

The promising striker has been linked with Arsenal and Liverpool and Tuttosport confirms both Premier League clubs are following the 18-year-old alongside Bayern Munich.

The Turin-based paper claims Juventus will listen to offers worth at least €40m in January as a big-money sale would allow the Serie A giants to finance a new signing in central midfield or in attack.


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