Serie A giants Juventus have turned down several offers for Moise Kean as they are looking for a higher fee than the clubs are offering.
Sky Italia had previously claimed that Juve are open to selling the Italian striker if they fail to sell Gonzalo Higuain and Mario Mandzukic. Clubs like Everton and Arsenal have been linked.
Gazzetta dello Sport claim that Juve have rejected offers of 30 million euros for the club, but they are demanding a fee of around 40 million euros and only that would convince them of selling the striker.
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