Juventus are reportedly preparing to launch a fresh bid to sign Fiorentina forward Stevan Jovetic, who has been linked with Chelsea.
Fiorentina insist Jovetic will not be allowed to leave the club this summer, although it is believed La Viola could still be prepared to let him go should his €30million asking price be met.
Jovetic is thought to be keen on a move to the Premier League and has been linked with the Blues for some time, while Arsenal are also thought to be keen.
But Italian champions Juventus have also been showing interest in the 22-year-old for some time, and according to Goal.com, they are still hopeful of luring the Montenegro international to Turin before the end of August.
Chelsea are thought to have recently tabled a bid in the region of €20million for Jovetic, while Fiorentina co-owner Andrea Della Valle last week revealed a new bid from an unnamed club has been turned down.
"I spoke to Jovetic and told him he is off the market for numerous reasons. I hope he understood that," said Della Valle.
"He is so young and has such a long career ahead of him that it is important he stays in Florence for a while.
"Jovetic has to remain with us for at least another year and I hope many more. He is one of the few genuine European talents, so it's only right that he stays.
"Stevan seemed pretty relaxed. He has to understand that in life other opportunities will cross his path.
"You know how we operate as a club; just try speaking to Luca Toni and Adrian Mutu. You know we gave up on around €45million for those two.
"Now we are turning down the offer for Jovetic and so in total reach €70m."
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis had last week claimed that FOUR Premier League clubs were keen on signing Jovetic, who has previously caught the eye of Manchester City and rivals Manchester United.