Chelsea have reportedly offered Juventus €100m for Italy winger Federico Chiesa, but the Bianconeri are not interested in listening to any offers.
Juventus signed the winger on a paid loan with an obligation to buy from Fiorentina, a transfer worth a total of €60m.
Chiesa impressed during his first season with the Bianconeri and continued to excel under the Azzurri CT Roberto Mancini at the Euros this summer.
The youngster, who has turned 23, has attracted interest from the European giants and the Champions League winners are the last to be linked with Chiesa.
Bild journalist Christian Falk reports the Blues have offered €100m for Chiesa’s services, but that the Old Lady has declined entering talks with the Londoners.
European giants interested in Chiesa?
Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann has already admitted he would have loved to have Chiesa at Die Roten, whilst Liverpool have been mentioned as possible suitors, but Juventus are not planning on letting the Italy star leave already after one season at the Allianz Stadium.
Chiesa, who scored twice at the Euros to help Italy lift the trophy, has scored 14 goals and contributed 10 assists in 43 competitive games with the Bianconeri.
TRUE @ChelseaFC has asked @juventusfc for a transfer of @federicochiesa. offered basis for negotiation: 100 mio €. Juventus has declined talks
— Christian Falk (@cfbayern) July 14, 2021