Manchester City are offering €30m for Juventus youngster Nicolò Rovella amid his impressive loan spell at Monza.

That’s according to journalist Massimo Pavan, who says City are keen on the 21-year-old and willing to help Juventus get their money back for him.

Rovella joined Juventus in a €26m deal from Genoa in January 2021 but was loaned back to the club for a year before joining Monza in August.

He’s been a regular for them this season, starting nine of their 13 games in Serie A, getting the regular minutes he needs to continue his development.

It seems that has not gone unnoticed by Manchester City, who are now willing to spend big to get him out of Turin on a permanent basis.

That’s according to Pavan, who covers the club’s interest in the player amid an opinion piece on the current crisis at the Italian giants.

They’re under increased scrutiny for a series of deals by the board, which resigned last week amid questions about the valuations placed on players in various transfer dealings.

There has been talk of dodgy dealings, leading to all of Juventus’ deals over the last few years to be scrutinised and questioned.

Rovella is one of them but according to Pavan it shouldn’t be, given Manchester City are currently willing to pay €30m to secure the player’s signature.

“In short, the market is also made up of concessions, this is not to say that they are illicit or there is any wrongdoing,” he writes on Tutto Juve.

“Iling Junior at the beginning of the season was worth x, Juventus could put him on the balance sheet for 3 for example, today he is worth 15, who could forbid the club to put him on the balance sheet for 15 thinking in his enhancement.

“This is called a business risk, a club like Juventus took risks, Rovella at €30m seemed a risk, today Manchester City offer more or less that amount to get him, who was right?

“Anyone who doesn’t understand that is an idiot and there are, unfortunately, many idiots around.”