Dominguez nears Juventus move

Juventus are close to the attacking reinforcement that they so publicly desired as Valencia’s Alejandro Dominguez may sign a loan deal.
The Argentinean, who can play as an attacking midfielder or a second striker, is expected link up with Juve on loan until the end of the season to help ease their injury crisis.
The deal was almost scuppered when it was believed that Dominguez didn’t have an EU passport, because Milos Krasic has already taken up the non-EU slot on Juve’s roster for this season.
However, Dominguez has now produced an Italian passport so a deal is imminent. The 29-year-old has never truly established himself with Valencia since they signed him from Russian club Rubin Kazan a year ago.
In just 19 La Liga appearances he has failed to score a goal, but Juve are entrusting him to improve on this form. Dominguez is likely to be thrust straight into the team with Fabio Quagliarella, Vincenzo Iaquinta and Luca Toni all injured. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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