English Premier League side Chelsea wants to give €100m for Juventus forward Federico Chiesa.
The Blues are in the market for a striker and have set sights on the Italian despite Bild reporter Christian Falk claiming that the Serie A giants are not willing to part ways with the player this summer.
According to the reports, the west London giants recently made an opening €100 million bid to sign the Italian, but the Bianconeri have made it clear that he is ‘untouchable‘.
Juventus signed Chiesa on loan from Fiorentina for only just €10m last summer, and they have the obligation to buy him for €40m at the end of next season but after starring for Italy in the Euros, clubs have already started inquiring about him.
In his debut season with Juve, Chiesa managed 15 goals and 11 assists from 46 appearances and carried his form to the Euros where he bagged two goals and was a constant attacking threat in the final win over England.
The Blues are searching for an elite player to lead their attack with the club having had their top scores last season in Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham scoring just 12 goals apiece; the latter expected to be sold this summer.