Report: Juventus join race for Liverpool and City target Paredes

Leandro Paredes of AS Roma

Juventus are reportedly looking to spend the money made on the sale of Paul Pogba to Manchester United.

Leandro Paredes of AS RomaParedes looks set to leave AS Roma

Paul Pogba's world record transfer to Manchester United could see Manchester City and Liverpool miss out on AS Roma midfielder Leandro Paredes, TalkSport has reported.

Having offloaded Pogba for around £90 million, Juventus have now reportedly turned their attention to the 22-year-old Argentine, who looks set for a move away from the Italian capital this summer.

Leandro Paredes

Liverpool and City are both understood to be keen on bringing the play-maker to the Premier League, although French side Monaco and Bundesliga club Schalke are also thought to be interested.

France's Paul Pogba

But a combination of the player's reported preference to stay in Italy, along with Juventus having such a substantial amount of cash from their recent sale of Pogba, means the Serie A champions would potentially be in a good position to seal a move.

Juventus' Leonardo Bonucci sprays champagne at the end of their match against Sampdoria. 

Despite their recent high-profile sale, Juve still have a number of talented midfielders at their disposal, and out of all the teams reportedly linked with the midfielder's signature, they are arguably the most likely to mount a challenge for the UEFA Champions League.

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