The transfer market for Juventus has already been impacted by the sudden departure of Giampiero Ventura from the club, with the Serie A side in a tough position to compete for the title.
However, a transfer market analysis has shown that Udinese are not in a particularly bad position to overtake Juventus, with their spending power compared to Juventus being significantly lower.
The Serie A club, who have made a number of changes in the off-season, are reportedly ready to move for €25 million striker Lorenzo Insigne from Udinese for a transfer fee of €27 million.
Juventus are not currently top of the table, but the transfer market is littered with clubs with impressive spending power and Udinese could be a major target for Juventus, as they would be competing against Real Madrid, AC Milan and Inter Milan for players.
A number of top clubs are reportedly keen on the 25-year-old striker, with Juventus also having an interest in Liverpool’s Sadio Mane.
Inzaghi was able to make a significant move for Udinese’s Lazio striker in the summer of 2018, with Udinese paying Udinese €20 million for Lazio’s Brazilian winger.
Insigne is also a talented player, having netted 11 goals in 24 Serie A games for Udini this season, and it is not impossible that Udini will also be able to lure Udinese forward Insigne back to the Bianconeri in a new deal.