Juventus have set a €30 million (£25.1m) price tag on midfielder Weston McKennie, who was linked with a move to Tottenham earlier this summer, according to 90min.

The Bianconeri would be willing to offload the USA international should a substantial offer matching their asking price arrive their way.

The report adds Tottenham had considered tabling a bid for McKennie much earlier in the transfer window but have since eased their interest following the signing of Yves Bissouma from Brighton.

However, the Daily Mail recently claimed Spurs have been exploring the possibility of still signing the 23-year-old to continue bolstering Antonio Conte’s options in midfield.

McKennie joined Juventus on an initial loan from Schalke in 2020 before his transfer was made permanent a year later following a successful season in Italy.

Capped 34 times for the USA, McKennie has emerged as a reliable player at the Allianz Stadium making 75 appearances and scoring 10 goals (Transfermarkt).

Our View

It is interesting that Spurs are still tentatively linked with a move for McKennie considering they have plenty of options in midfield now.

Juventus’ asking price isn’t too bad, though, and it may be something Spurs explore if they feel he is a good option to bring in for Conte.