Manchester City have been told by Juventus they will not accept any bid lower than £90 million for Paulo Dybala, according to reports.
Dybala is said to be attracting the attention from a host of Europe’s elite clubs, including Bayern Munich and PSG along with Man City.
As being reported by The Daily Mail, Juventus already have three offers on the table for the Argentine’s services.
However, the Serie A club have issued a warning to any prospective buyers that they will not be listening to any offers for the player below their asking price of £90 million.
They originally signed Dybala for £23 million from Palermo back in June 2015, but they look on course to make a serious profit if they do decide to sell.
And selling Dybala remains a likely possibility, with Juventus possessing a track history of being open to selling their best players for the right price.
They let Paul Pogba return to Manchester United for a world record fee of £90 million in 2016, while they have also let other key players such as Leonardo Bonucci and Arturo Vidal leave in the recent past.
Manchester City are yet to sign any new players in the current January transfer window.