Juventus Turin is in a state of alert after the news of its star, Paul Pogba, testing positive for doping. According to the Italian press, the French midfielder has tested positive for testosterone in the counter-analysis, which could result in a harsh sanction that would keep him off the field for a substantial period of time. Given this situation, the Italian club is already preparing to take its place and maintain its competitiveness in Serie A and the UEFA Champions League.
As confirmed by ‘ Gazzetta dello Sport ‘, the names of two possible substitutes have started a circular in the sports media: Pierre Emile Hojberg, Tottenham midfielder, and Berardi, from Sassuolo. Both players are known for their quality on the field and could contribute a lot to the Juventus team.
Pierre Emile Hojbjerg, 28, is a versatile midfielder who can contribute both in play creation and ball recovery. His experience in the Premier League and European competitions makes him an attractive candidate for the Italian team.
They would also seek to reinforce the attack
On the other hand, Domenico Berardi, 29, has been a prominent figure at Sassuolo for several seasons. His one-on-one ability and his ability to score goals from various positions make him a valuable player in the transfer market.
Both players could arrive at Juventus in the winter market, which would allow the team to quickly adapt to their style of play and maintain their competitiveness in all the competitions in which they participate.