Werder Bremen continues to show interest on Domenico Berardi and Luca Marrone of Juventus. Marco Motta is another player on the radar of the German club as the 27 years old player has not played a starting role for the head coach Antonio Conte and there is a big possibility that he will be leaving the club either in this transfer window or a few months’ time in the summer.

Domenico Berardi is a Juventus player that is currently out on loan playing with Sassuolo and he made a breakthrough that attracted the interest of many top clubs around the globe as he scored a hat-trick against Ac.Milan and guided his team to triumph.

Luca Marrone is also enjoying a successful time on loan with Sassuolo as he is a defensive midfielder that has provided 3 assists for his team in 9 appearances. The recent performances from Berardi and Marrone of this season have impressed Werder Bremen as they want to secure the services of both players.

Marco Motta is one of the primary targets of West Ham’s Sam Allardyce and if the price is right, Juventus could be tempt on releasing a player that barely makes appearances or impact with the team.

Berardi and Marrone on the other hand might be harder players to sign considering the age, Juventus would like to see them develop further and keep them at their disposal for a few more years instead of offloading a forward and a midfielder that are showing flashes of brilliance.

The general manager of Werder Bremen, Thomas Eichin has also insisten in saying that the club wants to keep Aaron Hunt and make him sign a new contract. The German winger has a contract that expires at the end of the current season and clubs such as Stoke City and Southampton have shown interest in signing him as soon as his contract runs up but Eichin wants to keep him for a few more years.

"I am prepared to go to the absolute limit to keep Aaron Hunt at Werder Bremen. I will do so because he is very much a key player of our first-team squad’’. Eichin told the Weser-Kurier newspaper