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Martin Caceres is an excellent player who is just entering the prime of his career.
His experience and versatility are huge assets for Juve.
The Uruguayan has amassed 55 caps for La Celeste and has proven regularly that he is equally adept at full-back—both sides—as he is as at centre-back.
Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli are cemented as starters in Conte's back three. Caceres is thus finding it tricky to obtain regular action on the pitch, particularly if Stephan Lichtsteiner is fit and taking the right-midfield spot. Caceres is rarely selected for that position, despite his obvious capability.
With Angelo Ogbonna also on the squad and newly signed last summer—combined with the added bonus that he is Italian—Caceres could be seen as dispensable.
At just 26 years old, he would make an excellent signing for almost any side in the last 16 of the Champions League.
With experience in both La Liga and Serie A, Caceres has also proven he is comfortable adapting to different styles of play.
His current contract still has over two years to run, meaning a significant transfer fee could be obtained.
Transfermarkt values the player at £7.9 million, which seems on the low side when closely analysing what he offers.
Given his added experience and improvement since arriving in Turin, the Old Lady could expect to receive a significant profit on the £7 million that was paid in 2012 to Sevilla.