Juventus have reportedly rejected a first bid for centre-back Daniele Rugani but a higher bid may change their minds.

Reports from the less creditable SportItalia suggested that the Bianconeri had already agreed terms on a deal in the region of €30m with Rugani set to reunite with Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge.

Gazzetta Dello Sport report this morning that Juventus have rejected the first offer and consider the young defender to be ‘nontransferable’, however that position may change if they were to receive a bid closer to the €40m mark.

Gazzetta go on to suggest that Juve’s dream signing for the back line would be Ajax’s Matthijs de Ligt and should Rugani be sold, the proceeds from the sale would be directly reinvested in the Dutch defender.

Finally, it’s reported that both Arsenal and Marseille are keen on Medhi Benatia and Juventus may consider his sale. Should the Bianconeri elect to sell him, they could try and sign Atletico Madrid centre-back Diego Godin who has a €20m release clause in his contract.