Fiorentina president and owner Rocco Commisso has confirmed that he will allow star man Federico Chiesa to depart the club in the coming months so long as a fair offer is submitted.

22-year-old Chiesa is widely regarded as one of the best young Italian talents out there at the moment and he has long drawn links with moves to Inter and Juventus in particular.

“We had a meeting before Christmas if I’m not mistaken. If he wants to go then I’m sorry, but we’d accommodate him, providing the offer is fair. We must also see what he’s worth,” Commisso explained in an interview with Italian radio station Radio Bruno Toscana tonight.

“His price may have dropped since last year. It must suit everyone, although there’s a chance that he’ll stay.”

American Italian businessman Commisso, who bought La Viola this past Summer, then went on to rubbish reports doing the rounds in the media that he has offered Chiesa a new deal.

A report in the media today suggested that Commisso had tabled Chiesa a contract extension which would have made him one of the highest earners players on the club’s books.

“I haven’t offered Federico anything. There hasn’t been a proposal, it’s fake news. The important thing is that a player wants to stay.

“Many players have understood that Fiorentina are aiming high. I don’t want to put anything in Chiesa’s mouth, he’s a very good lad.”

In conclusion he went on to discuss the relationship the club and the player have and insisted that he would like to keep him.

“We have a very good relationship and I want to keep him. I want to do the right thing for Fiorentina and, if he wants to go, we’ll accommodate him.”

This season Chiesa has made 26 appearances across all competitions to date. In just over 2100 minutes on the field, he has scored seven goals and has provided five assists for his teammates.