Juventus are prepared to sell forward Paulo Dybala this summer if they receive an offer of £107 million, according to reports.
The Argentine has been in sublime form since he joined the Italian champions from Palermo, attracting attention from several clubs in Europe.
Manchester United and Barcelona are believed to be considering moves for Dybala since he joined Juventus with reports that Barca are prepared to swoop for the 23-year-old as they begin to look for replacements for transfer bound Neymar.
Prior reports in Spain claimed that United were monitoring the situation of Dybala and could pounce on his signature this summer.
According to La Repubblica Juventus are not ready to sell the Argentine this summer but will consider an offer in the region of £107 million from interested parties.
However, the former Palermo forward has dismissed suggestions about his departure during their preseason tour of the United States.
When asked about his future, Dybala said: ‘I’m happy here, I’m fine and over these days I’ll be training as hard as I can to have a great season,’
Meanwhile Juve general manager Beppe Marotta has revealed that the club have already rejected several offers for the Argentine, he said: ‘We’ve refused plenty of offers for him,
‘When a player is happy to stay at Juventus, then he can stay with us for as long as he wants.’