The Italian club’s director says that the club will not be able to finance a move for the Brazil international this summer
The reigning Italian champion’s coach, Massimiliano Allegri recently admitted that he would be interested in bringing Oscar to Turin this summer but it appears that Giuseppe Marotta has different views after the club’s chief stated that the club will not be bringing Isco or Oscar this summer.
While speaking to local media, Marotta stated that the team is looking for a few players but admitted that his team will struggle to sign the Chelsea and the Real Madrid men.
“We are looking for a midfielder to add to our squad, though not necessarily a particular type of midfielder,” he told Quotidiano Sportivo.
“They will join an eclectic group of midfielders that include Paul Pogba, Claudio Marchisio, Sami Khedira and Roberto Pereyra. Paulo Dybala can play in attacking midfield, too.
“Isco and Oscar are both stellar players, but in the case of Juventus – unfortunately, for now – we will never be able to sign them.”