Fiorentina will look to replace Juan Cuadrado with Hector Herrera should the Colombia international leave.
The former Udinese wide man has been heavily linked with a switch away from Tuscany this summer, with Barcelona and Bayern Munich both thought to be interested.
The club admitted that a ‘life-changing offer’ could see the winger leave Stadio Artemio Franchi, but are otherwise keen to keep their South American star.
However, should he leave, Gazzetta dello Sport claim that Vicenzo Montella has already ear-marked Herrara as a replacement.
The 24-year-old starred at the World Cup for Mexico, attracting interest from several clubs.
His current side Porto though, are thought to only be willing to sell the midfielder for around €15m-€20m.