According to the latest reports from Corriere dello Sport, Andrea Agnelli and Fabio Paratici have decided Juventus will not pay any more than 40 million euros for Mauro Icardi given how damaged his relationship with Inter is.

At the moment, the Bianconeri are solely concentrated on closing a deal to bring Matthijs de Ligt to Turin, but it is likely that their attention will switch towards the aforementioned Icardi once they have done so.

Furthermore, due to the deteriorating relations between Paratici and Beppe Marotta, it will not be easy to negotiate the sale of Icardi. There have already been informal contacts between the clubs and it is likely that more talks will take place later this week.

Meanwhile, Marotta and Piero Ausilio have reportedly enquired about the availability of Juve striker Moise Kean, who only has one year remaining on his current contract. Indeed, they may well decide to leave their pursuit of the youngster until next summer when he will be available on a free transfer.