While there have been a number of teams said to be interested in Matías Soulé, few have popped up more often than Crystal Palace.

The Eagles were said to be thinking about a January move for the Juventus loanee, currently at Frosinone, and reportedly even made a bid, but nothing came of it.

Crystal Palace have changed managers since then, and there is a chance Oliver Glasner may not want the 20-year-old at Selhurst Park, but if that isn’t the case, then Tuttosport make it clear the Premier League club will have to cough up a lot of money in the summer.

The outlet explain that, to date, Juventus have sent back to sender any approaches for the young Argentine, especially since everyone wanted him to finish the season at Frosinone, but that could change in the summer.

It’s said that when English and Spanish clubs ‘return to knock on Juventus’ door’, they will have to put forward ‘at least €40-45m’ just to ‘begin discussing’ a transfer for the player.

In fact, the belief is the player ‘can become a gold ingot’ for the club in the future, but could also end up being a ‘cornerstone’ of their future plans if they decide to keep him.

As for Crystal Palace, they now know how much they will need to spend if they want Soulé, all depending on whether Glasner is open to working with the youngster.