Juventus have turned down a £70million bid for forward Paulo Dybala from Manchester United.
The Sun reports that the Red Devils saw the offer rejected this week.
United’s bid was thought to be valued at £70 million and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, whose stock has fallen under manager Jose Mourinho in recent months.
Although Juventus dismissed the offer, the report claims the Serie A champions would be willing to do business at around £86m.
Dybala began the season with 10 goals in his first 10 matches, but was recently demoted to the bench for Juve’s crucial encounter with Inter Milan.
That sparked rumours of a fall-out with manager Max Allegri, followed by the suggestion that the Argentine could be sold if the price is right.