Fiorentina president and owner Rocco Commisso has admitted that in the coming weeks the futures of both Federico Chiesa and Gaetano Castrovilli can be talked about amid continued speculation in the media.

Chiesa has been heavily linked with moves to both Inter and Juventus for a considerable amount of time now whilst Castrovilli has also been linked to the Nerazzurri and Bianconeri clubs among others.

Commisso has previously admitted that the club will allow Chiesa to depart if they receive what they deem to be the right offer for the highly rated 22-year-old winger, who is widely regarded as one of the best young Italian players out there at the moment.

He has however not been so open to letting Castrovilli, who has a contract until the end of the 2023/24 season, leave the club.

“The futures of Chiesa and Castrovilli? Well I am exposed like no one else in Italy but I will not give my final verdict on this to Juventus, Inter, Milan or Roma. In a month to a month and a half’s time we will talk,” American Italian businessman Commisso remarked in an interview with Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset earlier on this afternoon.