Juventus are the only Italian club that can compete with PSG, Chelsea and other English clubs for Genoa striker Pietro Pellegri, according to Calciomercato.com.
Genoa’s president Enrico Preziosi is believed to be unwilling to sell for less than €40m (£35.4m), forcing the likes of Inter Milan and AC Milan out of the race for the 16 year old due to Financial Fair Play rules.
It means that Chelsea, along with Manchester United and Manchester City will have two fewer rivals in trying to sign Pellegri. Talk about the forward has quietened down over the past few weeks as the forward has been injured, but he is reportedly back to full fitness.
The Italian international made a name for himself after scoring on his full debut for the club on the final day of last season. He enhanced his reputation further by scoring a brace in the 3-2 defeat to Lazio back in September in only his second senior start.