Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas confirms that Corentin Tolisso “has been approached” by Juventus.

The 22-year-old midfielder has been of interest to the Bianconeri since last year and a previous bid in the January transfer window was rejected.

“Alexandre Lacazette has a 50/50 chance of staying, but it depends on him,” Aulas told beIN Sports.

“When a player comes and asks you to sell him to a club that made an advantageous offer, it would be wrong to slam the door on him.

“It’s also true to say that a striker like him who scores 25-30 goals per season has a particular price-tag.

“As for Tolisso, he was approached by a big Italian club that will be in the Champions League Final, but at this moment things have calmed down.”

Previous reports had suggested that a deal had already been agreed for the French international who has scored 14 goals with six assists in 45 competitive games for Lyon.