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Juventus 'enquire about Barcelona trio'

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Juventus ask Barcelona about Arturo Vidal, Ivan Rakitic and Arthur as the two clubs continue to discuss Miralem Pjanic, according to a report.

Juventus have reportedly asked Barcelona about Arturo Vidal, Ivan Rakitic and Arthur as the two clubs remain in talks for experienced midfielder Miralem Pjanic.

Barca are allegedly determined to secure Pjanic's signature ahead of the 2020-21 campaign, although the Spanish champions are likely to have to include at least one player as a makeweight.

According to Marca, Juve have enquired over the availability of Vidal, Rakitic and Arthur as the Italian champions look for a direct replacement for the Bosnia-Herzegovina international.

Both Vidal and Rakitic have featured on 31 occasions for Barca this season, while Arthur has made 23 outings despite struggling with injury for stages of the campaign.

All three players have been linked with moves away from Camp Nou in recent weeks, though, with head coach Quique Setien seemingly determined to freshen his squad.

Nelson Semedo and Ansu Fati have also recently been linked with moves to Turin as part of the Pjanic agreement, although a recent report claimed that the latter would be not sold under any circumstances. body check tags ::

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