Juventus could use the Champions League quarter-final with Monaco to discuss Radamel Falcao, who won’t remain at Manchester United.
This isn’t the first time that Juve have been linked with Falcao, who was a target before he opted to go on loan to Old Trafford.
The Colombian international is due to return to Monaco at the end of the season and Tuttosport claim Juve directors Fabio Paratici and Beppe Marotta will use the Champions League to talk business.
There would be a huge stumbling block, as the Bianconeri would baulk at Falcao’s €12m per season wages.
It has been reported that Manchester United paid €12m just to have Falcao on loan with an option to buy for a further €55m.
They need a new forward to replace Carlos Tevez, who will return to Boca Juniors either this summer or in 2016.
He isn’t the only player Juventus want to discuss with Monaco, as they are also tracking youngsters Geoffrey Kondogbia and Anthony Martial.
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- Source: Eurosport