Juventus have emerged as a potential destination for Arsenal’s Shkodran Mustafi, according to reports in Italy (via Sport Witness).
Shkodran Mustafi must be one of the biggest issues for Unai Emery to solve during his first summer at the club.
The German defender’s form has been both outstanding and embarrassing during his two seasons at the Emirates but we have certainly more of the latter in recent months.
It’s unclear whether Mustafi will ever find a level of consistency at Arsenal but if Emery doesn’t think that he can then there are certainly other options.
Reports in Italy suggest that Serie A champions Juventus are eyeing up Mustafi as a potential transfer target as the look to rebuild their squad.
Corriere Dello Sport has claimed that a price of around €20 million would be enough to sign the Arsenal man who came close to joining Inter Milan last summer.
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If Unai Emery can’t help Shkodran Mustafi find some consistency in his performances then it would be best to move the defender on. If these reports are accurate then €20 million would be a decent sum of money considering his form in recent months.