Dinamo Zagreb winger Marko Pjaca could be the subject of a real bidding war between Serie A rivals Juventus and Inter Milan, Il Corriere dello Sport has suggested.
The two clubs have locked horns for a number of players over the last couple of years and they are now hoping to win the chase for the Croatia international.
Inter Milan officials hope that compatriots Marcelo Brozovic and Ivan Perisic will be able to persuade Pjaca to move to Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, but Juventus are not yet ready to give up.
The Bianconeri are quite happy to match the asking price for the 21-year-old footballer, believed to be between €15m and €20m, and could step up their interest in the coming weeks.
Marko Pjaca has so far bagged 19 goals in 60 league outings for Dinamo Zagreb, while making three appearances for the Croatia national team at the Euro 2016 finals.