Juventus star Mario Lemina has been linked with a move to the Premier League, despite the Serie A club signing him permanently this summer, as part of a loan deal from Marseille.
Reports suggest Juventus don’t mind selling him should they receive a good offer, especially given that they’re looking to raise funds for Gonzalo Higuain.
Last week, Gazzetta dello Sport revealed Juventus’ director Giuseppe Marotta was in talks with Stoke City for Leimna, whilst the player has also been linked to Leicester City and Watford.
His agent, Yvan Le Mée, has been speaking to Italian website Calciomercato, and has confirmed talks with Juventus will soon take place regarding his future.
He said: “I can confirm that many clubs are interested, but until now, no decisions have been made.
“He is happy in Turin, last season he has proven that he can be very useful for Juve. Now we must understand what Juve want to do. I think that we’ll get those answers soon.”
The Gabonese midfielder spent the last season on loan at Juventus, bit didn’t played regularly. A move to the Premier League could be tempting if Juventus can’t guarantee him regular playing time next season as well.