Federico Chiesa set to join former Juventus player at AS Roma

Federico Chiesa is set to join AS Roma in a bargain 20 million deal and would be joining Argentina superstar Paulo Dybala at the Serie A club.

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Federico Chiesa's transfer to the Italian city is apparently getting closer to agreement between Roma and Juventus. Roma is still working to get Federico Chiesa to arrive in the nation's capital. In a conversation with Radio Mana Mana Sport, Sky Sport writer Paolo Assogna disclosed that the Giallorossi and Juventus reached a transfer agreement for the 26-year-old midfielder.

The two clubs are currently awaiting the player's decision, as he has not yet been persuaded to choose Roma as his future professional destination, although the agreement is prepared to be inked on a price tag of approximately €20 million. It is true that Chiesa would like to take part in the UEFA Champions League, and she is currently awaiting any further approaches.

Federico Chiesa is rumored to have been personally contacted by Paulo Dybala, who is Roma's top summer target. According to today's Tuttosport, the Argentine has been in contact with his old teammate in an attempt to persuade him to sign with the Giallorossi.

Roma is the primary team that has shown interest in Chiesa as he is set to leave Juventus. Chiesa's agent and Roma are anticipated to hold more talks because Juve has made it their top goal to offload the 26-year-old winger by the conclusion of the summer. Dybala said, “We’ll have fun.”

Who can Juventus target to replace Federico Chiesa?

It looks like Jadon Sancho will be moving, as the Italian team Juventus is rumored to have made an offer for the English attacker. Sancho spent the previous season on loan back to Borussia Dortmund from Manchester United. A rift between Sancho and Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag led to his exit from Old Trafford. 

However, it has come to light that the massive Premier League clubs have no interest in loaning the 24-year-old out. According to Tuttosport, Sancho will most likely be allowed to leave Manchester United permanently; a loan agreement will not be accepted for him. It is currently said that Juventus wants to take full advantage of this circumstance. 

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