Juventus is looking to strengthen their squad by potentially signing Nice defender Jean-Clair Todibo, following an agreement with his teammate Khephren Thuram. Thuram is close to finalizing his move to Turin, which could pave the way for Todibo to join Juventus.

Todibo, a French international, has been a key player for Nice since joining the club in 2021. The 21-year-old defender, who hails from Cayenne, started his career at Toulouse before making a high-profile move to Barcelona. However, he struggled to establish himself at Camp Nou and eventually found his way back to France with Nice.

According to reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus see Todibo as a potential alternative to Riccardo Calafiori, who is set to join Arsenal. Nice is said to be asking for 40 million euros for Todibo, a fee that Juventus may be looking to negotiate. They are considering an initial loan deal with an obligation to buy, as they are hesitant to spend a large amount upfront this summer.

If Nice insists on a permanent transfer, Juventus could consider selling Dean Huijsen to raise funds. The Spain U21 international is valued at around 25 million euros, with Borussia Dortmund reportedly interested in signing him. This potential transfer could help Juventus finance the move for Todibo and strengthen their squad for the upcoming season.

It is clear that Juventus is actively looking to bolster their defensive options, and Todibo could be a promising addition to their squad. His experience in Ligue 1 and his potential for growth make him an attractive target for the Bianconeri. As negotiations continue, fans will be eager to see if Todibo will be wearing the black and white stripes of Juventus in the near future.