Mario Lemina’s time as a Juventus player might be cut short, if Marca are to be believed, and it won’t be for a move to the Premier League.

The Spanish newspaper have a big article on the Gabonese international in their Tuesday edition, with the reason behind this being Betis’ interest in the 22-year-old.

The Liga BBVA club are very interest in getting a loan move sorted for the player for next season, wanting to keep him until the 30th of June 2017, and Marca put them in the lead ahead of English clubs.

They say the Betis offices are confident a deal can be done, with those in charge in constant contact with Juventus and the player’s agent, Yvan Le Mée.

Clubs like Leicester and Stoke City are reported to be very interested in the player’s services, but Betis could pip them to it.

Of course, Juventus still need to be convinced that a Mario Lemina temporary exit is best for all parties, as well as ensuring the player chooses Betis.

As far as Marca are concerned, Betis have the upper hand right now.