Arsenal, Man Utd and Man City face welcome triple transfer boost from Juventus

Mikel Arteta and Erik ten Hag could be set to benefit from Juventus’ plan for the winter market (Image: GETTY)

Juventus could reportedly lend a helping hand to the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City in the January transfer window. The Italian giants are expected to be active in the winter market and have been linked with several Premier League targets over the last few weeks.

It seems as though Juventus could be set to help out several English clubs by taking some of their fringe players off their hands when the bidding opens next month. Arsenal, United and City have all been tipped to trim their squads and selling to Juventus would allow them to avoid strengthening their Premier League rivals for the business end of the campaign.

Thomas Partey is among the players to have been linked with Juventus, with the Arsenal midfielder facing an uncertain future at the Emirates Stadium. He has featured regularly under Mikel Arteta but is currently sidelined with an injury and has reportedly been earmarked for a potential departure at the turn of the year.

Partey has been plagued with injury problems since joining the Gunners from Atletico Madrid and is taking up a significant chunk of the wage budget, which could be spent on recruiting new players. He would be open to the idea of moving to Juventus next month, according to the Daily Mail, but only time will tell if a deal can be struck over the coming weeks.

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Thomas Partey is among the players to have been linked with a January move to Italy (Image: GETTY)

Juventus have also been credited with a desire to bring Jadon Sancho to Italy in a move that would end his nightmare spell at United. The former Borussia Dortmund ace has been exiled by Erik ten Hag and does not appear to have a future at Old Trafford after refusing to apologise following a row with his manager back in September.

Sancho has been identified as a target by Juventus, according to Calciomercato, with Massimiliano Allegri thought to be keen on signing at least one new winger in January. They might fancy their chances of securing his services for a cut-price fee, with United unlikely to recoup the £73million they initially paid to land Sancho two summers ago.

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Jadon Sancho has reportedly emerged as another potential target for Juventus (Image: GETTY)

Donny van de Beek could be another potential signing for Juventus, with ESPN reporting that United could end up selling both players to the Old Lady next month. This would assist the Red Devils by improving their transfer budget in order to help them strengthen their own squad in the winter market.

Kalvin Phillips, meanwhile, has been widely tipped to leave Manchester City after failing to earn a regular place in the side following his move from Leeds United. Juventus are prepared to offer him the chance to revive his career in Italy, according to Calciomercato, with a loan move thought to be the most likely option as opposed to a permanent switch.

Phillips will be desperate to play regular football as he looks to nail down an England place ahead of next summer’s Euros and it would make sense for him to join Juventus in order to assume a more prominent role. However, they are unlikely to be the only club in the race for his signature, with Newcastle also reportedly keen on signing him as a replacement for suspended midfielder Sandro Tonali.

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