Fiorentina president and owner Rocco Commisso has reiterated that Gaetano Castrovilli and Federico Chiesa will be staying put at the Stadio Artemio Franchi, amid ongoing links with moves elsewhere ahead of the upcoming Summer transfer window.
Castrovilli has been one of the revelations of the season with him having been given his breakthrough and he has seemingly got a number of clubs courting him, including Inter and Roma.
As for Chiesa, he has long been regarded as one of the most promising Italian talents out there and both Inter and Juventus have a long standing interest in signing him.
Despite the apparent wealth of interest in each player, American-Italian businessman Commisso is adamant that the two players will be staying.
“I said that I only want players who want to remain here,” he began an interview with Italian broadcaster TeleLombardia.
“Castrovilli has a long contract and he will certainly remain here. As for Chiesa, I kept him last Summer and we will try to satisfy him but if the right offer arrives…”
Commisso then went on to share his desire to further improve La Viola, who he bought a majority stake in this past Summer.
“I want Fiorentina to become like Milan, Inter and Juve, a club where the players want to stay.
“The situation has changed at Fiorentina, that is clear for all to see, and that includes Chiesa. We want to build an even stronger squad and it’ll be great if all the best players are part of it.”