Juventus are reportedly looking to sell goalkeeper, Mattia Perin to Fulham, this summer, with the Serie A champions looking to conclude an £11m deal for the stopper.
That is according to Gazzetta dello Sport, who claim that the Turin giants are looking to offload a number of players to English clubs as they look to clear some of their wage structure ahead of the new season.
The report states that the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Federico Bernardeschi are to be offered to the likes of Wolves, West Ham, and Crystal Palace, while goalkeeper Perin is to be offered to Fulham for just over £10m.
Fulham currently has both Marek Rodak and Marcus Bettinelli on the books but could be open to landing a new goalkeeper ahead of their return to the Premier League.
Perin, who is well down the pecking order in Turin, has played for his country before, making two appearances for Italy some time ago.
However, since then, his career has stalled, especially since moving to Juve. Indeed, he returned to former club Genoa on loan last season where he got regular football once again.
Fulham could be better sticking here, Perin is unproven – TBR View
The Cottagers will spend a bit this summer but won’t want to make the same mistake they did a few seasons back and splash the cash on players who might be a bit of a risk.
Perin falls into that category, in that he’s not really been given a run at the very highest level and would be coming to England as a relative unknown.
So, while Juventus want rid, Fulham might be best served to save their money and looking to invest it elsewhere. In fairness, too, Rodak has done pretty well under Scott Parker.