Chelsea fans in the Transfer Tavern are not sure what’s worse this morning, their hangover or the fact they watched their side lost for the ninth time in this Premier League season last night.
They’re now having to face the possibility of losing big-name players, as The Daily Mail says Juventus have re-ignited their interest in Brazilian midfielder Oscar.
Italian giants Juventus have bounced back from a slow start to the season as they look to defend their crown but they remain in the market for a player to provide creativity behind the strikers, having lost Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo in the summer.
It could seal a double deal for Juventus, who are also looking to sign Juan Cuadrado on a permanent basis, though that deal will have to wait until the end of the season as Juventus wait for budgets to clear.
Juventus also face the possibility of losing the highly-rated Paul Pogba, who has attracted interest from across Europe’s top sides.
The Turin giants will face a stern test luring players to the Serie A that are capable of replacing Pogba but they can be fairly confident Oscar can do a sufficient job, as the Brazilian international is regarded highly.
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