Roma have reportedly bid €38m for Patrik Schick but face competition from Inter, Paris Saint-Germain – and Juventus.
Gianluca Di Marzio claims the bid came in “a matter of hours ago” and could possibly be structured as a two-year loan with a compulsory purchase option in 2019.
However, the transfer guru warns the striker “has doubts and has not yet accepted” such a proposal.
Inter, meanwhile, have offered €35m for the Sampdoria starlet but would prefer a season-long loan with an option to buy for the fee mentioned next summer.
Out of the left field would be Juve reigniting their interest in Schick, having already pulled the plug on a €30m transfer due to heart problems being detected in his medical.
The 21-year-old has since been given a clean bill of health, prompting the Bianconeri to reach out to his representatives, but Samp would be demanding an official offer by the end of Monday.
That takes Di Marzio to PSG, who “would be willing to put forward a concrete proposal”, while the attacker “would gladly move to France.”