Italian champions Juventus have made an official proposal for Monaco defender Aymen Abdennour, according to Le 10 Sport.
It is no secret the Bianconeri are hot on the trail of the Tunisian centre-back and they have now made their interest concrete.
However, Monaco rejected said proposal and informed Juventus officials they would not consider offers lower than €25 million.
With top European sides circling around the 26-year-old, the Principality club believe their asking price will ultimately be matched.
Aymen Abdennour only made a total of 24 league appearances since joining Monaco from Toulouse, but he did well to catch the eye of clubs like Juventus and Barcelona.
The Bianconeri have recently emerged as favourites for his signature, but they will have to match Monaco’s valuation if they want to bring the defender to Turin.
Abdennour has been capped 24 times by Tunisia, starting all four matches for the Carthage Eagles at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.