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Juventus Have Turned Down A Ps86million Liverpool Bid For Italys Federico Chiesa Following His Outstanding Euro 2020 Performance

Juventus is said to have turned down a staggering PS86 million Liverpool bid for star winger Federico Chiesa.
Liverpool has offered 100 million euros, according to Italian newspaper Repubblica, making it the joint-eighth most expensive transfer of all time, matching the deals that brought Gareth Bale to Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus.
After Paul Pogba’s transfer to Manchester United, Chiesa would have been the second-most expensive player ever to join a Premier League club at that fee, but the Italian giants are claimed to have turned the Reds down.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is understood to have regarded the dynamic winger suitable for his 4-3-3 formation, playing alongside or potentially replacing Sadio Mane and Mo Salah. Juventus have reportedly rejected a PS86 million bid for star winger Federico Chiesa (left).
However, new Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri, who returned to the club in May on a four-year contract after a two-year absence, is claimed to regard Chiesa as ‘non-transferable,’ with club president Andrea Agnelli supporting his choice.
After a string of sensational performances at this summer’s European Championship event, the 23-year-old is considered one of Europe’s hottest properties.
Massimiliano Allegri is said to believe Chiesa is a ‘non-transferable’ player. The Italian, 23, was one of the standout performers at this summer’s Euro 2020 tournament, when Roberto Mancini’s Italy won 3-2 on penalties in the final, with Chiesa at the forefront throughout and rightfully chosen in the UEFA Team of the Tournament.
He was man-of-the-match against Wales, scored against Austria, was man-of-the-match and scored against Spain in the semi-final, and then put in a strong attacking effort against the Three Lions in the final before being hurt.
After Euro 2020, Repubblica said that a concrete offer for the 32-cap international, the son of former Italy striker Enrico, was “inevitable.”

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