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17/12/2014 - 15:43 BST

Juventus Prepare Loan Offer For Out-of-Favour Arsenal Forward Lukas Podolski

 




Wednesday, 17th December, 2014


Juventus are eyeing a loan deal for Arsenal forward and Atletico Madrid linked Lukas Podolski in January.

The German international has more than two years left on his contract at the Emirates Stadium, but is frustrated with life at Arsenal.




He recently starred with a brace in Arsenal’s 4-1 Champions League win at Galatasaray but was back on the bench for the next league game against Newcastle United and only played as a late second half substitute.

 


The 29-year-old forward has repeatedly pleaded for more minutes and even made his discontent public a few weeks ago.

Arsene Wenger is not ready to part with the German in January, but a number of clubs are reportedly interested in the World Cup winner.

Atletico Madrid are keen to bolster their attack next month and have identified Podolski as a potential target.

Juventus were keen on signing the striker in the summer and according to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato, the Italian champions are ready to rekindle their interest in the German international in January.

The Bianconeri are not eyeing a permanent move just yet, but are keen on signing him on a loan deal until the end of the season.

It is unclear whether they want to include any clause that will provide them the opportunity to make the move permanent next summer.

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