Juventus will now reportedly increase their transfer bid for Eintracht Frankfurt star Philip Kostik, with the Serie A side now in pole position to sign the Bundesliga striker at West Ham, who has been chasing the striker.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian giants will be looking to match West Ham’s bid for the Serbia international, with Kostik reportedly keen to sign for Juventus despite huge interest from David Moyes in recent weeks.
Kostik played a big role last season in Frankfurt winning the Europa League, but with one year left on his contract, the German side is open to winning the 29-year-old winger this summer, with previous reports saying the Bundesliga star could leave up to 16 million pounds sterling.
West Ham have been in talks with Frankfurt for Kostik for some time, however, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus’ interest in the striker has peaked, and the former Hamburg star is now keen on a move to Turin, where he will play the UEFA Champions League. football for the first time in his career.
Lauded by former Frankfurt manager Freddy Bobic as an “exceptional” player, Kostik was ready for a big move after being one of Eintracht’s best players in recent years, and while West Ham and the Premier League have been a promotion in the Bundesliga, there is no denying that Juventus have a chance. Too good to refuse.
With Massimilano Allegri keen to bring the Scudetto back to Turin, Kostik could play a big role in Juventus’ reclaiming the Serie A title, and with a Champions League bid, the Serbian striker could achieve a lot more than he would have signed with the West. pork meat.
Kostik must sign with Juventus despite strong interest from West Ham
West Ham have made huge strides under Moyes since the Scottish coach returned to east London, but for Kostik, there is no denying that signing with Juventus at this point in his career would be the most exciting step, as the winger reached the pinnacle of his career. Capabilities.
While the Premier League would have been a fantastic league for Costique, Juventus and regular Champions League football, it is a huge selling point for the winger, and while the West Ham project is exciting, the irons simply cannot offer anything close to what the Bianconeri have. shown.
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