Juventus will demand a fee of €80m (£68m) for Dusan Vlahovic amid interest in the forward from Chelsea and Bayern Munich.
Vlahovic could leave Juventus this summer with the club in need of €100m to balance the books after missing out on Champions League qualification, having been docked 10 points in Serie A after an investigation into the club’s transfer dealings found evidence of false accounting.
The Serbia international is viewed as one of Juventus’ most valuable assets and Chelsea are keen on a deal as the west Londoners look to sign a centre-forward this summer.
Football Italia are reporting that Juventus will demand £68m for Vlahovic, though Chelsea will attempt to bring down that fee with the offer of players in exchange.
Christian Pulisic is of interest to several Italian clubs and the US international is one of five players Chelsea are prepared to include in a deal, alongside Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Trevoh Chalobah, Romelu Lukaku and Kalidou Koulibaly.
Juventus, however, would prioritise a cash only offer and Bayern Munich are also monitoring Vlahovic’s situation ahead of a potential move.
Vlahovic signed for Juventus in an €80m deal from Fiorentina during the 2022 January transfer window and has since scored 23 goals in 63 appearances for the Turin side.
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