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Lacina Traore joins long list of strikers linked with Juventus


Monaco striker Lacina Traore is the latest striker to be added to the long list of offensive players Italy champions Juventus are chasing.

After Manchester United rejected a loan offer for Mexico's Javier Hernandez and with Luiz Adriano and Lukas Podolski being closely monitored by the club, the Italians are also ready to make a move for the 24-year-old Ivorian.

After the unlucky spell in the English Premier League with Everton, the "Gentle Giant" returned to Monaco with the French side ready to loan him out for one more season.

And with Juventus careful on how to spend their financial resources, a loan agreement could suit both parties with the Turin side to eventually make an offer next season to sign the player on a permanent basis.

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