CM: Milan remain interested in Bournemouth star but Juventus have opened talks

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan and Juventus are currently locked in a battle for second place in the Serie A standings, and they are also competing for a shared transfer target.

According to what is being reported by, Juventus director Cristiano Giuntoli is expected to try and utilise the free agent market in view of the summer, and one of the players they are looking at is Felipe Anderson.

Lazio have not thrown in the towel and are hoping that Anderson and his entourage will commit to a new deal, but the offer from Juve already reached the Brazilian as his contract with the Biancocelesti expires in June.

The Bianconeri have offered the former West Ham man a three-year contract worth €3.3m net per season because they believe he is a tempting opportunity that Giuntoli wants to seize without hesitation.

Meanwhile, Juve have also started negotiations with the representatives of the 25-year-old defender Lloyd Kelly. The Bournemouth captain is increasingly oriented towards leaving the club in June, when his deal with expire.

The interest of Juventus is concrete, but on this front they face competition from a domestic rival. Milan also like the Englishman a lot, and they could soon launch their own attempts to try and lure him to the San Siro.

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  1. Juve trying to revolutionize their team? Again. I wonder if their fans are b*tching and crying for too many new players…

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