In their attempt to give Andrea Pirlo the players he wants as he begins his reign as manager of Juventus, the Bianconeri have secured the signing of Weston McKennie and Alvaro Morata on loan deals.
Morata’s loan cost them € 10m and they can make the transfer permanent for € 45m.
McKennie’s loan deal can also be made permanent for € 18.5 million and Calciomercato believes that both players have earned the right to be signed permanently.
Morata has been reliable in front of goal while McKennie has been one of the club’s best midfielders this season.
The report says making their move permanent will cost Juve a fair amount of money, but the club have seen enough to know it will be worth it.
For Morata they don’t have to pay all € 45million at once, they can pay Atletico Madrid another € 10million to keep him with them for another season.
The form Morata is in currently makes him one of the best strikers in Europe and any team would jump at the chance to sign him.
The Premier League sides were also linked with a move for McKennie before he joined the Bianconeri, and they wouldn’t want to lose him to either of them.