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Juventus wants Pranjić, Celtic Leko

It was enough that the boy from the left wing impress Fabio Capello to be wanted by Italian giants. Juve is, allegedly, ready to pay Heerenveen Є6 million.


The hunt of the greatest European clubs on members of Croatian national team is continuing. This time under the lights of reflector’s is Danijel Pranjić, who is tandem with Ivan Rakitić played a brilliant tournament and attracted the attention of European football giants.

According to the writing of Sportmediaset, Juventus wants to bring Pranjić in its lines, and club from Torino is ready to offer Є6 million to Heerenveen. Interesting is that the first on wish-list of leaders of Juve is Fabio Grosso, left back of Italian national team, but he didn’t want to leave mighty Lyon.

That’s how into the first plan came Pranjić, who was, after the games at Euro, announced as a great danger at the left wing for all Croatian opponents by English selector Fabio Capello. Italian journal joined the rhapsodies:

“Pranjić is playing defense very quality, and his breakthroughs on the left side could be crucial for Juventus’ next campaign for the title in national championship and also campaign in Champions League”, writes Sportmediaset.

In Torino this season, on a 1-year loan, came Dario Knežević, who expressed his will to change the environment after his club Livorno was degraded to Serie B. Juve awarded good games of defender of Croatian national team and invited him for Є300.000 per season and the possibility of buy-out of his contract at the end of the season.

Migrations of the members of the Croatian national team joined and Jerko Leko, who could play in Celtic next season.

According to the writing of Tuttomercato, the Scot champion sent Monaco official offer for Leko, with a starting amount of around Є3 million. Jerko has a contract with a French club for two more years, but negotiations which should follow could lead him to norther site.

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