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Juventus evaluating the prospect of signing two Premier League strikers
 
 

Juventus needs another striker, and that has been in the news for some time now.

The Bianconeri is struggling to get the best from some of its current options and this month is a good time to solve that problem.

Reports have linked several strikers with a move to the club, including Gianluca Scamacca and Mauro Icardi.

Both names are potentially very good signings, but the next Juve striker might come from the Premier League.

The Bianconeri have been linked with a move for Liverpools Divock Origi and Anthony Martial of Manchester United.

Both strikers are not playing prominent roles in their present clubs, which means a deal could be done.

Tuttojuve says the club is seriously considering signing them, and at the moment both options are being evaluated.

Juve FC Says

Origi and Martial have struggled for game time this season, but they have proved their quality in the past.

Origi, in particular, has developed a knack for scoring very important goals for Liverpool in different competitions.

Juve could do with a player who does that and the Belgian will probably be open to a move to the club.

Martial is also looking for a move away from United and might help the Bianconeri with its goals burden if he joins.

Do our scouts have mudd in their eyes? Origi is not a football player. Martial is a good player but who are we kidding we’re not gonna sign him anytime soon.

The evaluation should have been done a long time ago. Half the transfer window is already over. We need to actually sign someone. The lack of a regista is still the biggest problem n my opinion though an other striker is welcome. That said neither of these two are what we need.both failed at a big club, and for all the recent performance Juve are still a big club.

Agree with Chris

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