Italian champions Juventus are exploring the possibility of cashing in on Gabonese midfielder Mario Lemina at the end of the season, Tuttosport has learned.
The Bianconeri aim to further reinforce the midfield department in the summer and in turn plan to sell one of their current players.
With January recruit Tomas Rincon and Stefano Sturaro unlikely to leave, chances are that Mario Lemina will be sacrificed.
The Gabonese footballer was the subject of interest from English Premier League in the past, while he is currently on the radar of Marseille and Monaco, and Juventus are ready to sell in case of a good offer.
It is believed that the Bianconeri would consider proposals in the region of €20 million for the player who made 21 Serie A appearances since arriving from Stade Velodrome.
Juventus will be facing FC Porto in the Champions League first knockout stage and they are available at 6/5 to win the first leg in Portugal.
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