Juventus have reportedly set the price-tags for Dusan Vlahovic and Federico Chiesa to interested parties including Liverpool, Chelsea and Newcastle United.
The Bianconeri are forced to cut costs this term after missing out on the Champions League and needing to balance the books.
Multiple sources are confident that Chiesa and Vlahovic could be sold this summer for the right price, as they are big earners and above all not happy with the coaching methods of Max Allegri.
However, Sportitalia transfer expert Alfredo Pedulla warns that they won’t be sold for under their market worth and the price-tags have been attached.
For Chiesa, that would be €55-60m, around the same that Inter are asking for goalkeeper Andre Onana.
Newcastle United and Liverpool are known to be tracking the Italian’s situation.
As for Vlahovic, he has been valued at circa €75-80m plus bonuses, having joined Juventus from Fiorentina for €81.6m plus up to €10m in add-ons only in January 2022.
Chelsea are showing interest in Serbia international Vlahovic, especially in a potential swap with Romelu Lukaku, but it is reported so far they have not made any real offers.