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Exclusive: Juve have their eyes on Emerson Palmieri as Chelsea ask for Rogerio
14/01/2019, 21:45
Chelsea have their eyes on Juve owned Rogerio as Maurizio Sarri means business on the Gonzalo Higuain front as well. Juve on the other hand are looking for an addition for their wingback position as Emerson Palmieri is an idea. ​Emerson would potentially arrive in Turin as a vice-Alex Sandro as Juve have reportedly had talks concerning the matter sources tell Calciomercato.com.

EMERSON AND ROGERIO? - As we said, Chelsea mean business on the Higuain front as they would also like to get Rogerio (who currently plays for Sassuolo) from the bianconeri. Juve on the other hand like Emerson Palmieri a lot as it remains to be seen if a swap deal can occur between both sides. If a deal does in fact happen, then Juve would likely let Leonardo Spinazzola leave on loan. Emerson vs Rogerio? This remains to be seen but one thing is certain, Emerson is pretty high on Fabio Paratici's wish-list... Visit Calciomercato.com for more news on the matter right now. 

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