Last season, Palermo made a significant step on the way to the top flight with promotion from Serie C to Serie B.
However, this would not have been possible without the contributions of Matteo Brunori.
The Italo-Brazilian joined the Rosanero on loan from Juventus and turned out to be a real goalscorer.
The 27-year-old scored 25 goals in La Liga before scoring a further four in the play-offs that ultimately saw the club rise.
As such, Palermo are keen to keep Brunori’s services on and have scheduled an important meeting with Juventus on Wednesday.
Corresponding Calciomercatothis summit could be crucial as the two clubs move closer to an agreement.
The attacker initially signed for Juventus in January 2020 after sealing a move from Pescara.
The player has traveled all over the peninsula and played for a variety of Italian clubs in the lower divisions. However, he hopes to prove himself in Serie B next season.
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While some Brunori had previously suggested a replacement role for Max Allegri in the first-team, Juventus need to find a more experienced striker to act as an understudy for Dusan Vlahovic.
The Italo-Brazilian has found his niche in Palermo, so he’d probably be delighted to extend his Sicilian adventure.