Juventus ponder over a transfer for Bayern Munich’s World Cup winner

Juventus have lacked creativity and stability in their midfield in the ongoing season and will look to address this issue in the summer.

Juventus find themselves in an unusual spot at this time of the year, as they are placed third in Serie A standings, behind the two Milan clubs. The Old Lady find themselves 10 points behind Inter Milan, with a game in hand. Most of their problems this season can be attributed to the lack of quality from the centre of the park.

Cristiano Ronaldo has to take matters into his hands, more often than not and win games for his side, almost single-handedly. The defending Italian champions will hope to address this issue in the summer when the transfer window opens. According to Todofichajes, Corentin Tolisso, a part of France’s World Cup-winning campaign in 2018 is part of Juventus’ plans yet again. Currently a part of the Bayern Munich squad, the Frenchman has struggled to find playing time due to his recurrent injuries.

Tolisso’s current deal expires in 2022, however, Bayern Munich will look to offload the World Cup winner in the summer, given the fact that the they paid €41M for his services. They bought the midfielder from the French side, Olympique Lyonnais four seasons ago. If Tolisso remains at the club till 2022, he will leave on a free transfer.

The Frenchman needs to start playing regularly for the German side if he is to attract bids from top clubs in Europe. The details regarding how much Juventus are willing to offer still remain unknown, but the Italian side will be looking at a transfer fee of around, €15-20 million euros. Tolisso is just 26 years old and he certainly has the ability to play top-level football if he manages to remain injury-free.

The Bianconeri currently have quite an incompetent midfield along with a sheer lack of creativity. The possible signing of the Bayern Munich midfielder could help spark some life into the engine room that could possibly turn out to be a winning deal for Juve.