Udinese have slapped a €25m (£22m) price tag on midfielder Jakub Jankto, according to the Gazzetta Dello Sport.
The Italian newspaper reports that the Czech Republic international has not hidden his desire to leave, despite becoming an established first team player whilst with the Serie A club.
Chelsea, Arsenal and AC Milan are all said to be tracking Jankto, according to the Corriere Dello Sport, and the midfielder’s most recent performances will certainly have not helped Udinese’s cause in trying to keep the 21 year old.
He followed up his brace against Crotone last week with an assist against Benevento in a 2-0 win at the weekend. His five goals and four assists in 16 games so far this campaign match his stats for the whole of last season already, demonstrating his excellent form.
Jankto’s performances have led to him becoming a firm fixture at international level for the Czech Republic, and he already has ten caps despite only make his senior debut back in March.