Juventus are more than willing to listen to an offer from Arsenal for Dusan Vlahovic, although the Gunners will need to dig deep for him.

That’s according to Tuttosport, who cover reports from England and explain what Juventus’s stance on matters would be.

Reports throughout in recent days have indicated that Arsenal are preparing a big bid for Vlahovic as they look to add the striker that Mikel Arteta’s squad is currently lacking.

Tuttosport say that interest is not ‘trivial’ by any means and Juventus would consider doing a deal given the player’s valuation and the amount he currently earns in wages.

They would be happy to let the striker go if Arsenal were to offer €60m for him and be willing to ‘take on the cost’ of his current contract as well, which is €12m net per year from next season.

If such an offer were to arrive those in charge at Juventus would ‘think about it concretely’ and start evaluating options to replace the striker, with Joshua Zirkzee of Bologna and Bayer Leverkusen’s Victor Boniface high on their list.

It remains to be seen how keen Arsenal are and how much they’re willing to spend to get Vlahovic this summer.

€60m itself isn’t a lot for a club who’ve shown a willingness to spend in recent years, but those wages are high and the indication from Tuttosport is that the striker wouldn’t be willing to reduce them, hence Arsenal needing to take them on as it were.

The door is open, though, and Juventus certainly aren’t closing it any time soon, which might give the Gunners encouragement.