Juventus have reportedly agreed terms with Federico Chiesa’s father, but Fiorentina would rather sell to Inter or Manchester United.
Juve have long been linked with Chiesa, despite Fiorentina’s insistence that they will not sell another ‘bandiere’ to the Bianconeri after Roberto Baggio and Federico Bernardeschi.
According to La Stampa, that has not stopped the Old Lady from negotiating a contract worth €5m a season with his dad and ex-Italy striker Enrico.
The newspaper adds Viola owner Rocco Commisso could be tempted to sell the 22-year-old for upwards of €60m.
However, Commisso would be holding out for Inter or United to rival Juve in a bidding war, given the rivalry between his club and the Scudetto holders.
Chiesa has scored seven goals and assisted five in 26 games for Fiorentina this season.