The defender has become the centre of the transfer market after a meeting with lawyer Rafaela Pimento, who inherited the agency from Mino Raiola, and rumours De Ligt had put in a transfer request.
According to Tuttosport, the initial offer has come in from Chelsea and it would be a cash sum plus a player in exchange, likely either Pulisic or Werner.
Juve seem unimpressed so far with the terms, demanding at least €100m cash to let De Ligt leave.
There is a release clause in his contract worth €120m from this summer, which will rise even more from June 2023.
As well as Chelsea, Manchester United are also interested in the Dutch international, but their failure to qualify for the Champions League could rule them out.
Sportitalia have pointed towards Manchester City as making an approach too, but with these figures, it seems inevitable that only a Premier League club will be able to afford De Ligt.
— Tuttosport (@tuttosport) June 24, 2022