Juventus have reportedly rejected a mega-money bid of €95m from Barcelona for coveted Argentine forward, Paulo Dybala.
The Bianconeri have said they will not entertain any offers for their prized asset who has said that his future belongs in Turin.
That is according to Corriere Dello Sport, who say that Juve deem the enormous offer insufficient for the former Palermo man, who enjoyed yet another fruitful campaign with the Serie A winners.
The 23-year-old scored 19 times in all competitions, including a brilliant brace against the Blaugrana in the first-leg of their Champions League quarter-final clash.
Barca obviously saw enough that day to table a mouth-watering offer but clearly, Juve do not want to lose another first team player after the departures of both Dani Alves and Leonardo Bonucci.
The €95m offer would fall just short of the £89m paid to Juventus by Manchester United for Paul Pogba last year.
Nevertheless, the Scudetto winners seem to be unwilling to negotiate at any price, meaning the Blaugrana must look elsewhere if they are to secure a marquee acquisition this summer.
Ernesto Valverde's side have brought in just one major signing so far, with Benfica right-back Nelson Semedo making the move to Catalunya.
Gerard Deulofeu also rejoined the club from Everton, but it is clear the Copa Del Rey winners want to make a big statement in the market.
In recent days, Neymar has been linked with a €222m move to Paris Saint-Germain and if Barca receive that enormous payment for the Brazilian star, we may see a lot of expensive movement from the Spanish giants.