Serie A giants Juventus are ready to offer Brazilian winger Douglas Costa to any team willing to take him on a loan deal.
Costa is currently on loan with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich but the team is said not to be interested in his services as they seek to shift him back to his parent club and with FIFA rules stipulating that a player cannot play for three teams in a single season, Juventus are finding it hard to offload the player to another team should Bayern cut short his stint.
The Turin-based side is however waiting for a direction from the World Football Governing body as there are reports that they might abandon the rule this term due to the COVID-19 pandemic this according to Gazzetta dello Sport via The Sun.
It is with this bending of rules that Costa is now on the radar of both Manchester United and Wolves; the latter looking for a winger as a backup to Adama Traore who has been misfiring this season.
The Premier League duo however will hope that Juventus can chip in with the players' wages with his age something that is reportedly being a concern for his suitors.
Douglas Costa hasn’t been able to find his place at Bayern Munich & will likely return to Juventus— Italian Football TV (@IFTVofficial) January 18, 2021
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