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20/04/2019 - 23:16 BST

Juventus Prepared To Play Waiting Game To Sign Arsenal Linked Midfielder


Juventus are willing to wait until the end of next season to get their hands on Arsenal target Nicolo Zaniolo.

Zaniolo’s stock has risen massively due to his impressive first season at Roma and several top clubs are interested in snaring him away from the Serie A giants.

Arsenal have been linked with wanting Zaniolo, with the Gunners expected to be in the market for another midfielder as Aaron Ramsey is set to leave.

But Juventus have long held an interest in the 19-year-old playmaker and it has been claimed that they are willing to play the long game to land the youngster.


According to Italian outlet Calciomercato.com, the Italian champions are prepared to wait until the end of next season in order to take Zaniolo to Turin in the summer of 2020.

The teenage sensation is not a priority signing for Juventus this summer, but the club are keen to eventually land one of Italy’s most talented youngsters.


They are aware Roma are prepared to resist offers for Zaniolo at the end of the season and are planning to sign him up on a new contract.

Juventus are ready to move slowly in negotiations and make sure they are in pole position to sign Zaniolo next year.