Arsenal, Sevilla, Everton and Borussia Dortmund have asked Juventus for Moise Kean, but he’ll only leave for €30m with a €40m buy-back option.
Sky Sport Italia, Sport Mediaset and Sportitalia all report that the Bianconeri are inclined to let the 19-year-old Italy international go this summer, but only at certain conditions.
All these sources claim that Juve want a buy-back option, similar to the system Real Madrid used with the Bianconeri for Alvaro Morata.
That would allow Kean to play regularly and increase his transfer value, giving Juve first refusal on his future.
Everton have long been linked with a bid for Kean, but now Sevilla and Borussia Dortmund are emerging as options for the hitman.
The Daily Mail newspaper points to Arsenal as another contender for the Mino Raiola client.
Kean scored six goals in 13 Serie A games last season, while he also earned his senior Italy debut, scoring twice in three caps.
This is why Juventus are reticent to keep hold of him, as at this stage of his career, he needs regular playing time.