The fight has become hotter for the lethal goal scorer – Karim Benzema. With his excellent performances in the past few years, this front striker has become the first choice for many clubs. Juventus are now interested in signing Benzema from his present team, Real Madrid.
This 23-year-old striker has rejoined his past club after having a really bright spell in the Serie A. Also the reports are there that even Real Madrid is interested in keeping Karim Benzema with them in the next season.
A lot of question marks have now taken birth on the future of this striker player and this must have put this player in deep thoughts. Juventus is now planning to take the advantage of this situation now as according to Calcio Mercato, “Juventus want to bring Benzema as Morata’s replacement and are prepared to offer as much as €30m”. But the news is also there that Real Madrid has immediately refused the offer of 30 million Euros.
This is because of the past performance of Karim Benzema in Real Madrid’s Team. Karim has scored over 150 goals in only 200+ games that he has played for Real Madrid. And because of such great track records Juventus is expected to revise their approach for Karim Benzema in the coming weeks.
Not only Juventus are looking for this player but also Wolfsburg is after to get this player playing for themselves. Simon Raza is also nearing a move to Wolfsburg in a 30 million Euros that would make Juventus cash rich to make up to the Real Madrid’s 40 million Euros valuation for their striker Karim Benzema.
Although Juventus are the Serie A champions, but still they need to add and bring in some more new and talented players into their club as they are undergoing a summer of change. So it would be really interesting to see that whether Juventus will become successful in bringing Karim Benzema to their team or they would to look for any other alternatives to make their team even better.
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