While Liverpool are still pursuing him, Italian international forward Domenico Berardi, turning 27 on August 1st, is growing into the major summer target for Borussia Dortmund. Once having handed Jadon Sancho out, most likely to Manchester United, German giants shall be ready to welcome Sassuolo star into their ranks.
A key player for Italy to achieve Euro 2020 final victory, though not every time as a regular starter, Berardi is still tracked by a bunch more clubs all across Europe: from AC Milan to Leicester City, from Tottenham to Atletico de Madrid. A 50 million euros' worth transfer fee has been set upon him, while his ongoing deal with Neroverdi bears a June 2024 deadline.
Across his pro club career, entirely spent as a Sassuolo player so far, Domenico Berardi capped 291 times in official games, scoring 105 goals therein. His only experience into European cups dates back to 2016/17, when he played four Europa League matches, scoring five goals in the process. National team-wise, he made his Azzurri debut back in June 2018 (though having already fended for Italy senior side, back when Gian Piero Ventura was the head coach, a year before, in an unofficial friendly match against San Marino), and, from then on, has been collecting 16 caps and 5 goals netted.
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