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Juventus and Bayern Munich have a good working relationship in terms of transfer dealings.
The likes of Arturo Vidal, Mehdi Benatia and Kingsley Coman are just a few of the names to have played for both sides in recent years, and there could well be another player to throw into the mix.
Italian outlet Mediaset Premium, Juventus have asked about the availability of Bayern midfielder Renato Sanches.
Here's the brilliant assist Sanches produced last week against Serbia Under 21's:
The 19-year old arrived at Bayern for an initial 35 million euros, that could rise to as high as 80 million euros if performance-related clauses come into player, but endured a poor first season in Bavaria.
Sanches featured a mere 25 times, making only four league starts and only completing 90 minutes in a game on two occasions. He also didn't get on the scoresheet or register an assist during the whole season.
A year on from starring at the European Championships in France, where he was instrumental in Portugal's Euro 2016 success and won the Young Player of the Tournament, Sanches has been sent back down to the Under 21 side from the Under 21 Euro's in Czech Republic.
Bayern legend Lothar Matthäus referred to him as one of the side's three worst performers and though Carlo Ancelotti reiterated that Sanches would remain with the club, he could be on the move.
Reports suggest that Juventus want a similar arrangement to the deal that saw Kingsley Coman move between both clubs, initially on loan, before being snapped up permanently at the start of this summer.
If Juventus have their way, they will get Sanches on a two-year loan deal with an option to buy.
Could the move be exactly what the 2016 Golden Boy winner needs to get his career back on track or should he stay at Bayern for next season?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
(h/t Football Italia)
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