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Domenico Criscito Out, Robert Acquafresca In At Juventus

According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus are currently negotiating with Genoa to sell their half co-ownership of defender Domenico Criscito for striker Robert Acquafresca's half co-ownership.

This deal is one that will please both sides, although the Rossoblu are also asking for an extra €2 million to push the negotiation through.

In the coming days the Old Lady will also be finalising striker David Trezeguet's future, a move that will bear a lot of importance on Acquafresca's future.

Should ‘Trezegol’ be sold, as is expected, then Acquafresca would remain at Juventus. If the French player, for one reason or another, does not leave the club, then Acquafresca will be sent out on loan to Atalanta.

However, the Bianconeri seem to believe in Acquafresca's ability and see him as one of the best attackers in Serie A.

With the co-ownership deals needing to be decided by Friday, more developments will be announced in the coming days.

Glenn Debattista, Goal.com