Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed there are clubs ready to pay up to €80m (£57m, $85m) to sign Paul Pogba.
Manchester United, the midfielder's former club, are among those sides reportedly interested in signing the France international who has been tipped to leave Juventus by 2016 by his agent, Mino Raiola.
However, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have also been credited with interest in one of Europe's most coveted players.
Juventus have previously admitted they are unlikely to be able to compete with Europe's elite in terms of matching exorbitant salaries the player is likely to be offered. And while Juventus insist they are not willing to hold talks over Pogba's sale this summer, the Serie A giants admit fees have been discussed.
"There are many suitors for Pogba," Marotta told El Mundo Deportivo. "But we are not open to any negotiations as we want to keep him. There are some clubs who are ready to pay €70m to €80m to recruit Pogba."
Despite leaving Old Trafford in 2012, Pogba's agent Raiola has indicated the Frenchman holds no grudge with United, seemingly paving the way for a possible return to the club. Raiola has done little dampen speculation regarding his client's future and has previously predicted Pogba could leave Turin for no less than €100m.
"I want the club that buys him to believe in him and be willing to pay for him," Raiola told Gazzetta dello Sport in January. "If Paul leaves Juventus, it is for the absolute top. If it does not happen this year, it will be next year.
"Paul is at the same level economically as the other big stars and has a similar reputation, so he could stay for another year. But Paul is the only major star who is available at the end of the season. If you cannot take Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi or Zlatan Ibrahimovic, you can only go for Paul."