As per Metro, the CEO of Juventus has sent out a strong hint suggesting that he would approve the sale of Arsenal’s transfer targets.
Arsene Wenger has been linked with a move for a host of players this summer as he looks to improve a squad which failed to finish in the Premier League’s top four last season.
Rumours have claimed that attacking midfield stars Mario Lemina and Juan Cuadrado are being targeted by the Gunners.
Both players are currently on the books of Juventus, and according to the Italian club’s CEO Beppe Marotta, the duo are likely to be allowed to leave the club.
“Some [players] can go,” the Juventus club chief said
“You have to see the situations of [Mario] Lemina, [Stefano] Sturaro, Cuadrado..” before he added that “I [am naming] names at random.”
Reports from earlier this week suggested that Juventus had already turned down a bid from Arsenal for Cuadrado before an enquiry was made for Lemina.