Manchester City will reportedly let the right-back, Danilo, to depart the Etihad Stadium this summer only if they manage to find a proper replacement
The Brazilian defender has struggled to establish himself as a starter under Pep Guardiola, with Kyle Walker nailing down the right-back position as his own.
After registering just nine Premier League starts for the Citizens last term, the 27-year-old would likely embrace the opportunity of getting regular first-team action elsewhere.
The Serie A heavyweights, Juventus and Inter Milan, are assessing the possibility of landing the former Real Madrid man, with the Bianconeri seem to be in the driver’s seat though.
While the reigning Premier League holders demand over £20 million to give the green light, they have also set their sights on Juve’s Joao Cancelo.
However, it’s still uncertain whether they will be ready to splash out £50 million for the Portuguese wing-back, considering he would have to fight Walker for a spot in the starting eleven.
Crystal Palace’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka is also said to be on Guardiola’s radar, but the player has already expressed his desire to remain at Selhurst Park for another season.