Juventus have revealed they are “evaluating several opportunities” in the transfer market amid widespread reports of an impending deal for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Reports said on Thursday that the Serie A champions are closing in on a €100 million (£88m/$117m) capture of the Real Madrid superstar.
With Juve seemingly on the brink of securing a remarkable recruitment coup, the club’s share price has surged – reaching its highest point since mid-February.
As a result, the Bianconeri have been compelled by the National Commission for Companies and the Stock Exchange (CONSOB) to provide an update regarding their transfer activity.
“After the request from CONSOB related to the news published recently on media outlets, Juventus Football Club S.p.A is keen to remind that during the transfer season the club is evaluating several opportunities and will publish adequate information as prescribed by the law,” a statement released on the club’s official website read.