Fiorentina president and owner Rocco Commisso has admitted that the club could lose star man Federico Chiesa but is unsure what the player’s intentions are.

The highly rated 22-year-old winger has been heavily linked with a move away from La Viola for some time now with both Inter and Juventus long term admirers of him.

“There’s been a huge devaluation in my player pool, they say that my players who were worth €300 million 3 months ago, aren’t worth €300 million today. The same applies to everyone else. Everyone is looking at their balance sheet.

“From a Fiorentina perspective, we may lose a player like Chiesa. I still don’t know if he still wants to leave or whether we’re gonna get the right price for him. It’s to early to say what will happen,” he remarked as he appeared on the Viola Nation Podcast.

Commisso’s comments in the podcast largely echo what he has already said in recent weeks in previous interview with the media with regard to Chiesa’s future with the club.

Some reports in the media have suggested that Fiorentina are keen to sign him to a new and improved contract in a bid to deter the interest in his services and could include a €100 million release clause in it.

The Italian national team player has made 26 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored seven goals and provided five assists.