Roma’s Bryan Cristante is drawing interest on the transfer market after a positive season under Jose Mourinho.
The midfielder’s contract expires in 2024 and both he and the Giallorossi want to extend the agreement. However, Roma and Cristante’s agent, Giuseppe Riso, haven’t reached a deal despite months of talks.
As a result, Tuttosport reports Juve and Milan are weighing up a potential summer move for the Euro 2020 winner.
Juventus boss Max Allegri is a huge admirer of Cristante and handed him his Champions League debut during their time together at Milan.
The Rossoneri, meanwhile, are interested in reuniting with the 27 year-old, who spent five years at the club. They consider the Italian an ideal replacement for outgoing midfielder Franck Kessié, who is joining Barcelona on a free transfer.