Gabonese midfielder Mario Lemina spent the last season on loan at Juventus.
His move to the Serie A club has been made permanent this summer, after Juventus agreed to pay €9.5m to Marseille for Lemina.
Lemina, however, has been tipped to leave Juventus, and it appears the Serie A club are just looking to make some money out of him.
The 22-year-old has already been linked with a move to Premier League champions Leicester City, and reports now suggest another Premier League club are interested in him.
According to SportItalia (via TMW), Stoke City have shown concrete interest in Lemina.
Mark Hughes’ side are ready to offer €12m-€13m for the player, and Juventus will evaluate the offer in the coming days.
Stoke City should be able to complete a deal should they be genuinely interested in the player, as his market value has dipped in the past few months.
Juventus are not expected to make a big profit on the player, and there aren’t too many clubs interested in him either.