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Juventus back in race for wantaway Manchester United man
15/01/2019, 11:40
According to what has been reported by the Gazzetta dello Sport this morning, Juventus are back in the race for Manchester United's Italian full-back Matteo Darmian. Darmian has struggled for game time over the past couple of years and is therefore eyeing up a return to Italy.

It is not just Juventus who are interested however. Lazio have been touted as a potential destination, as the Biancocelesti strive to fix their squad problems. Additionally, Inter Milan were linked with Darmian in the summer but United's demands were too high for the Nerazzurri.

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