Inter Milan will demand a fee of at least €50m for Denzel Dumfries with both Manchester United and Chelsea interested in signing the defender.
Dumfries is a key figure at Inter and impressed as the Nerazzurri reached the Champions League final last season. The 27-year-old has again started the new campaign in fine form, with two goals and three assists in nine Serie A starts.
Inter are keen to retain Dumfries and are set to discuss a new contract with the Dutch defender, but the Italian side are aware of interest from the Premier League and braced for bids.
Calciomercato are reporting that Inter will demand a fee of at least €50m (£43.5m) for Dumfries and will hope interest from both Manchester United and Chelsea can spark an auction for his services.
Manchester United are targeting the signing of a new right-back with neither Aaron Wan-Bissaka or Diogo Dalot having convinced under Erik ten Hag.
Dumfries would offer a superior attacking threat to either defender, with Chelsea also appreciating his productivity from a wing-back role, despite the addition of Malo Gusto in west London during the summer.
Dumfries has made 109 appearances for Inter since signing from PSV Eindhoven, scoring nine goals, and has won two Coppa Italia trophies at the San Siro.