Kyle Walker and Danilo are the two right-backs at Manchester City and the latter can also be deployed on the left side of the back four.

Pep Guardiola’s side want to offload the Brazilian and replace him with Joao Cancelo in the summer transfer window.

Juventus are demanding €60m for the Portugal international, while the Premier League winners want to include Danilo as a part of the deal.

The Old Lady are not keen on having the former Real Madrid man, but Sky Italia reported on Friday the two clubs are still negotiating for a ‘final agreement’ for Cancelo’s transfer.

Saturday’s edition of Gazzetta dello Sport claimed there has been a ‘problem’ for the Serie A winners in negotiating with the Etihad club for the former Valencia man.

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If the 25-year-old is sold, Juan Cuadrado can be deployed as a right-back and Alex Sandro as a left-back. Leonardo Spinazzola and Mattia De Sciglio can play on either side of the back four and these players were the four fullback options for Maurizio Sarri.

However, Spinazzola will be sold this summer and that could change the balance, which is why Juve may retain the right-back.

Therefore, Cancelo could make a ‘u-turn’ and stay with his current employer.