Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City are among the clubs to have looked at Dejan Kulusevski recently.

Juventus agreed a deal with Atalanta for the forward in January 2020 and allowed him to complete the 2019/20 season on loan at Parma, finishing with 10 goals and nine assists in the league.

The 21-year-old has struggled to replicate his Parma form in his debut season with the Old Lady, where he managed only four goals and three assists.

Calciomercato state the Sweden international ‘cannot be crucified’ for his performances last season and the technical leaders of the Turin club still have a lot of faith in him.

‘In recent weeks’, Juve have ‘pampered’ the player and have rejected polls carried out by the Gunners, City and Bayern Munich. The Serie A giants have informed his entourage Kulusevski is not on the club’s exit ramp.

Tutto Juve also explain Arsenal, along with Spurs and Liverpool, showed interest in the attacker, and these clubs would have made ‘some moves’ in recent weeks for the Swede.

A potential deal, however, remains complicated due to Juve’s firm stance that Kulusevski is ‘non-transferable’.