La Stampa: Juventus and Milan still interested in swap that could yield €50m in capital gains

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan and Juventus have not abandoned the idea of a swap deal that would see both clubs make a big capital gain, a report claims.

The possibility of an exchange deal involving Italy internationals Alessio Romagnoli and Federico Bernardeschi has been talked about repeatedly over the past few months, given both appear to be out of favour with their respective clubs, are represented by Mino Raiola and have uncertain contractual situations.

According to the latest from La Stampa (via Calciomercato.com), the game in Turin on Sunday could represent an opportunity for Bianconeri and Rossoneri management to talk about different market operations such as the possible Bernardeschi-Romagnoli swap, which ‘remains alive’.

Raiola is acting as director of the possible operation, for an exchange that would yield €25m in capital gains both for Juve and for Milan as both players have no residual value on the balance sheet and therefore would generate a pure profit.


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  1. chewy says:

    I like Bernardeschi but i dont think he would fit our be good enough in my opinion he would be an upgrade but i think we should look for someone with more class to start.
    The way Bernardeschi plays doesnt look good for the milan team he needs his team to do alot of the attack the only good thing is he works very hard of the ball even tho he isnt the best he can be better than i think but even at his best i dont think hes the right choose. srry for bad eng

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