Players often use World Cups and European Championships as a chance to showcase their talents for prospective new teams, while clubs often use these tournaments as an opportunity to cash in on players while their value is high. Juventus have the opportunity to do this with Federico Chiesa, but according to a report in 'La Reppublica', the Old Lady has recently rejected a €100 million bid from Liverpool for the Italian international.
The left-footed forward was one of Italy's stand-out players during Euro 2020. He featured in every game and scored two times, including against Spain in the semi-final. While he usually cuts in from the right hand side, he can also occupy more central positions.
He was a regular starter for Andrea Pirlo's Juventus last season, playing 46 games and registering 15 goals and 11 assists.
Following his good performances for Juventus and Italy in the last campaign, many European giants are now interested in signing the player. However, Juventus have no interest in selling him. New coach Massimiliano Allegri considers him unsellable, and the club's president respects his decision.