Matteo Darmian has not quite lived up to the expectations the team had for him when he joined Manchester United earlier this year. Between injuries and poor form, Darmian has found his reps a little more limited since the team’s losing streak began. But Serie A may be ready to throw Darmian a life-preserver this January.
According to the Metro, Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta is heading to Old Trafford to discuss a transfer move for the 26-year-old Italian full-back. Per the source, Marotta is interested in a loan move with the potential for a permanent transfer worth £11 million.
Darmian joined Man United in the summer transfer window on a move from Torino. Prior to his departure from Torino, Darmian had played his entire football career with Italian clubs, including Milan, Padova and Palermo.
Earlier this year Darmian scored his first ever goal on the international level with a score against Azerbaijan in the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
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