Juventus are reportedly working on a plan to keep Turkish international Merih Demiral following the growing interest from various clubs around Europe, Calciomercato reported.
According to the report, Demiral who is with Juventus until June 2024 has been struggling to regular game time with Maurizio Sarri at the helm of the Old Lady.
The competition has become rather stiff for the 21-year-old after the club brought in Dutch defender Matthijs de Light and the influential experience of Leonardo Bonucci.
However, it has emerged that Juventus are not keen on selling Demiral as they believe he is going to be an outstanding player in the squad and they'd rather keep a hold of him; this comes after Premier League side Leicester City expressed their interest in his services.
Despite the interest in the youngster with Arsenal joining the rapid race, it is highly unlikely that he will be leaving the Turin-based club.