Catania directors confirmed Milan and Inter made offers for Francesco Lodi, but so far there is “nothing official” from Juventus.
The creative midfielder and free kick specialist is hot property on the transfer market and had already been heavily linked with a switch to the Nerazzurri in January.
“As of today, we can say there was interest from Inter in January and there is currently a request on the table from Milan,” technical director Giuseppe Bonanno told Tuttojuve.com.
“However, there is nothing official from Juventus, at least with us. We have not received any proposal from the Bianconeri, but I won’t rule out their interest in the player.”
Catania are hoping they can spark a bidding war for Lodi over the summer.
“What is his price-tag? That will be decided by the market and by competition. We cannot sit down and talk about precise figures right now.”
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