Juventus have set their price for Moise Kean, according to reports, and will only let him go with a buyback clause.
The Italian international impressed for the Bianconeri last season, scoring six goals in 13 Serie A games and making his senior Italy debut.
The striker has nonetheless been linked with a move away this summer, with Everton thought to be interested in him.
While Juve would consider a sale, calciomercato.com reports that sporting director Fabio Paratici has agreed with Maurizio Sarri and his coaching staff that the price would have to be at least €30m.
The Bianconeri would also look to insert a buyback clause into the deal, as they don’t want to lose control of a player of Kean’s ability, even if it means paying more down the line.
The website also reports that Barcelona approached Kean’s agent, Mino Raiola, to discuss the possibility of a transfer which would then see him immediately loaned out.
The most likely destination would be Sevilla, but Raiola intends to wait for Juve to make a decision on the young striker’s future.