Bayer Leverkusen join Mario Lemina pursuit

Comments()
Getty Images
Die Werkself are looking to bring the Panthers international to the BayArena

German Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen have become the latest side to register interest in Juventus’ wantaway midfielder Mario Lemina.

The Gabonese man is looking to leave the Turin side in search of regular game time elsewhere and has made his intentions known to the club.

Massimiliano Allegri has often preferred Sami Khedira, Marko Pjaca, Miralem Pjanic, Claudio Marchisio and Tomas Rincon ahead the Panthers international. 

Article continues below

Footmercato understands that Leverkusen have become the latest side to pursue Lemina and are expected to rival West Ham United for his capture.

Arsenal, Watford and Everton have also been linked with the former Marseille man and so are Primera Division side Sevilla.

The Old Lady are reported to have already turned down Galatasaray’s offer for the Libreville born midfielder. Which is evidence that he is still valued by Bianconeri and will not be let go easily.

Next article:
Acosta cut as Berhalter trims United States roster for Panama and Costa Rica friendlies
Next article:
Barcelona move a 'dream come true' for Boateng
Next article:
I'm not his father - Guardiola demands Mendy matures
Next article:
Barcelona make bumper offer to land De Jong ahead of PSG and Man City
Next article:
Gold Cup 2019: Teams, fixtures, dates & everything you need to know
Close