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Juventus set sights on £35m Chelsea midfielder


Juventus' campaign is not over yet but the Bianconeri are already making plans ahead of next season, reports.

After signing Paulo Dybala from Palermo and Sami Khedira from Real Madrid, chief executive Giuseppe Marotta and sporting director Fabio Paratici are working to bring a new midfielder to the club.

With veteran Andrea Pirlo set to leave the club in the summer and Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba also set to leave, the Bianconeri desperately need to add fresh blood to their midfielder.

And coach Massimiliano Allegri has shortlisted five players ahead of the summer transfer window, including Chelsea's Oscar.

The Italian coach would be more than happy to sign the 23-year-old who was one of Jose Mourinho's key men this season.

The Brazilian's contract with Chelsea ends on June 2019 and the Blues will only sell if an offer of at least £35m is made.

Kevin De Bruyne, Nabil Fekir, Domenico Berardi and Stevan Jovetic are the other four players Juventus are linked to but Oscar remains the main target for the Italian champions.

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