AFTER ANDREA PIRLO, Juventus now want to take Alessandro Nesta and even Clarence Seedorf.
Milan have many players ending their contracts this summer and the Rossoneri’s ranks are expected to be refreshed in the summer as many players will leave at the end of the current campaign to play elsewhere.
The most notable departure of last year was Andrea Pirlo. The Milan legend moved to Turin and he is now Antonio Conte’s leader in midfield and the most important player of the Bianconeri, who’re top of the table.
Pirlo admitted this week that he is trying to convince Alessandro Nesta to join him at Juventus. Nesta’s contract expires in June 2012 and should Milan and the player fail to agree on a new contract – of one year extension since Nesta is already 36 – he will leave the club (or retire) and Pirlo hopes it’ll be for Juventus.
According to today’s La Gazzetta dello Sport, Juve have laid their eyes on yet another Milan man: Clarence Seedorf (36). Seedorf’s future, like everybody else’s, is hanging in the balance and Conte wants him.