Read Up “Italian reports say Liverpool and Newcastle want Juventus forward Federico Chiesa.” The Premier League clubs have reportedly been connected by La Gazzetta dello Sport with a prospective more for the 25-year-old, although it has been suggested that a potential deal is contingent on Saudi Arabia.

It is said that Liverpool and Newcastle would only consider making a move for Chiesa if they were forced to send players to the Saudi Pro League.

Both Mohamed Salah and Allan Saint-Maximin, who plays for the Magpies, have been mentioned in connection with potential moves to the Middle East.

According to Gazetta, both teams would next shift their focus to Chiesa as a prospective alternative for the position, despite the fact that the future of the Italy international at Juventus is unknown.

His current agreement is set to end in 2025, and Juve do not have the financial resources to improve the terms of his current remuneration of €5 million per year.

The midfielder is said to be worth approximately €50 million, and the Turin giants may cash in this summer if they receive the proper offer for him.

Italian Reports Say Liverpool And Newcastle Want Juventus Forward Federico Chiesa
Italian Reports Say Liverpool And Newcastle Want Juventus Forward Federico Chiesa

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Viktor Gyokeres, a striker for Coventry, turned down offers from many Premier League clubs in order to sign with Sporting Lisbon for £20 million.

The Sweden international, who is 25 years old, was in high demand after he scored 22 goals and 12 assists for Coventry during the previous season. However, the Sky Blues were unable to win promotion from the Championship at the final hurdle, as they were defeated by Luton Town in the play-off final on penalties.

After playing such an important part in the Sky Blues’ successful campaign, Fulham was one of the clubs in the Premier League who expressed interest in bringing Gyokeres up to the next level.

However, he has decided to move to Portugal’s top division with Sporting and has reached an agreement with the club on a five-year deal, which is subject to a medical examination.