Corentin Tolisso believes it would be “hard to say no to a club like Juventus” further fueling speculation over a summer transfer.

The 22-year-old Olympique Lyonnais midfielder has reportedly been a target for Juventus for over a year and rumours have circulated in Italy that a deal has already been agreed for the players transfer this summer.

“I don’t know if it’s fair to say I have a desire to leave Lyon, but I do want to continue the growth process and I’ll see where I can achieve that,” Tolisso told RMC.

“I could’ve gone last season, but I didn’t feel ready yet to try new things, after speaking to the staff and my family. This year we’ll see what happens, what motivation I have and then we’ll make the best decision.

“Would I turn down Juve? It is a big club, we’ll see what happens this summer. It’s hard to say no to a club like Juventus, but I’ll see what is best for me and will make the best decision.

“I haven’t spoken to the President, so I don’t know what he would say to that. There are some Leagues I prefer more than others, as I really like England and Italy.

“The important thing is that I am in the best shape to play in the World Cup with France.”