Serie A side Atalanta want a fee of €50 million for striker Rasmus Højlund, who is of interest to Juventus and Manchester United have also been linked with him in recent days.
Corriere della Sera today have reported about how Juventus are looking to replace Dušan Vlahović, with Bayern Munich said to be fairly confident of signing the Serbian striker this summer unless an English club makes an incredible offer for him. An intermediary from England is already in touch regarding the player but it remains to be seen if a Premier League club comes forward for the player.
But the Bianconeri are identifying replacements for Vlahović, with Bayern Munich readying an offer of €60 million (including bonuses) for the Serbian. Juve see Højlund as a potential replacement, with the club reflecting on a potential move for the Denmark international. Atalanta would like €50 million for the player, with Juve yet to decide about the future of Arkadiusz Milik.
As things stand, the Old Lady want €80 million for Vlahović and his exit could trigger moves across Serie A.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN