Juventus have reportedly turned down bids for striker Paulo Dybala from three of Europe's biggest clubs.
Speculation surfaced yesterday suggesting that Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich had all tabled offers for the Argentine, who has also been linked with Manchester United and Real Madrid.
However, Tuttosport claims that all three approaches were quickly rejected by Juventus, despite the Italian champions being open to the idea of selling the forward.
Juve are thought to be holding out for a bid of at least £90m, which would eclipse the £89m sum they received when selling Paul Pogba to United in 2016.
Dybala has been forced to play a slightly different role this season following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo and has subsequently scored only seven goals in 23 appearances - including just two in the league.
The 25-year-old is understood to be happy at Juventus but would be open to a move should another of Europe's major forces come knocking.