Gabonese international Mario Lemina spent last season on loan at Juventus. His move to the Serie A giants was made permanent this summer, but he’s still facing an uncertain future.

Reports suggest Juventus could allow Lemina to leave the club, if they can make a considerable profit on the player this summer.

The 22-year-old has been linked with a move to the Premier League, with Stoke City reportedly interested in the player.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport on Sunday, Juventus’ director Giuseppe Marotta is in talks with Stoke City for the sale of Mario Lemina.

Gazzetta say Juventus paid €12m for the player, whilst reports previously have suggested the Serie A club paid around €9m to Marseille to make his move permanent.

The Serie A club are willing to offload the player should they receive an offer of around €18m to €20m.

There isn’t any mention of any offers yet, but it seems Stoke City are trying to work out a deal for Lemina.