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Juventus appear to have entered negotiations with Internazionale regarding a possible swap deal, which would see Fredy Guarin join the Bianconeri and Mirko Vucinic move to Milan.
It would be a straight swap, according to Gazzetta dello Sport (via Football Italia), with no funds involved.
Juve have incredible depth in central midfield, but this deal could spark rumours that Paul Pogba is heading for the exit next summer, and that Guarin is his replacement.
Meanwhile, Inter are heavily reliant on Rodrigo Palacio and Diego Milito is nearing the end of his career. Therefore, acquiring Vucinic makes sense.
Juve probably get the better end of the deal, though, as Vucinic's contract expires in 18 months. Guarin is also younger, which means the Colombian has a higher sell-on value.