Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat is attracting attention from Liverpool and Sevilla after his World Cup performances for Morocco, but the Viola are determined not to sell.
The asking price for the former Hellas Verona man is climbing every day thanks to his progress with Morocco to the Round of 16 in Qatar.
Liverpool had already been tracking his progress and preparing a summer swoop, but El Confidencial in Spain claim that Sevilla are prepared to anticipate everyone with a January offer.
However, Fiorentina director Daniele Pradè reiterated to reporters this week that he has no intention of selling the 26-year-old talent.
He was a big investment for the Viola, who paid Verona €19.5m to sign Amrabat in January 2020, leaving him on loan at the Stadio Bentegodi for another six months.
So far this season, he has made 20 competitive appearances for Fiorentina between Serie A and the Conference League.