Juventus have reportedly rejected a bid worth £25.5m from Leicester City for defender Merih Demiral.
The Foxes, who want to strengthen their defence this month in an attempt to preserve their top four status, have pinpointed Demiral as a potential target.
Having only managed three Serie A appearances for Juventus since joining over the summer, the Turkey international is open to the prospect of leaving Turin.
According to Sky Sports News, Leicester tabled a £25.5m offer for Demiral that was turned down by the Old Lady.
The report states that the Premier League side will now look to strike a loan deal for the 21-year-old until the end of the 2019-20 season.
Sources have claimed that Juventus, who are said to value Demiral at around £38m, also turned down an offer worth £34m from Borussia Dortmund.