The Mirror understands that Manchester City are not willing to part company with Samir Nasri amid interest from Italian champions Juventus.
The France international is currently out injured but was featuring regularly for Manual Pellegrini’s side before being sidelined.
Juventus have made firm enquires about the former Arsenal man, with a proposed £10m from the Serie A side mooted though City have no interest in doing business.
Since moving to the Etihad Stadium in the summer of 2011, the twenty-eight year old has racked up one hundred and seventy appearances in all competitions, scoring twenty-six goals while he has been part of the squads that won the Premier League title in both 2012 and 2014.
He also played in the League Cup final victory over Sunderland at Wembley eighteen months ago.
The Citizens lost to Juventus in the Champions League yesterday evening, but remain fifth favourites to win the competition at 12/1.