Juventus is reportedly targeting Mexican striker Javier Hernandez after its efforts to sign Alexis Sanchez were thwarted by Arsenal FC. The Bianconeri recently lost Spanish striker Alvaro Morata to Real Madrid, who exercised the buy-back option to take the 23-year-old back to the Santiago Bernabeu. This has prompted Juventus to look for other options to improve its attack. According to Italian newspaper La Gazetta dello Sport, Juventus manager Max Allegri was looking to boost the offensive lineup with the signing of Sanchez. However, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is not prepared to part with the Chilean star despite reports surfacing that Sanchez is unsettled by Arsenal’s inability to win major trophies. The Frenchman, who himself has just one more year left on his current contract with the Gunners believes that Sanchez is central to his plans for the upcoming season, and has thwarted the advances made by Juventus to land the Chile international. Juventus turns its attention towards Hernandez According to a report in English newspaper Daily […]
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