1. Boubacar Kamara
To say the very least, Boubacar Kamara has been impressive for a high-flying Marseille side for the last two seasons in Ligue 1. Known for his aggressive tackling, Kamara is set to become a free agent next summer. And that’s why a host of top European clubs have started pursuing his services, with Juventus being one of them.
21 years of age, Kamara is certainly not the finished article but has shown signs of great defensive durability. His ability to sense the threat and neutralize any attack makes him a special asset. Other than that, his long-range passing has caught many eyes. But as mentioned earlier, every arrow in his quiver needs further sharpening.
If truth be told, Allegri doesn’t have an out-and-out defensive midfielder at his disposal. Not a regista, Boubacar Kamara could be that defensive midfielder for the Bianconeri. Kamara is young and holds the kind of hunger a manager often searches for in a player. And above all, he is free next summer, meaning Juventus would get a significant discount on his transfer fee in January.
He would not probably play much, and there are always risk with youngsters. Now, time will tell whether or not Juventus embrace it.
How beneficial he could be: 6/10
In conclusion: Considering Allegri’s immense faith in Rabiot, the Frenchman might end up staying at Juventus at the end of the January transfer window, while Aaron Ramsey leaves. With Tchouaméni being potentially priced out of a move and Tolisso failing to impress many, there only remain three names. Each of them possesses different composition. Over to you, Max!