JUVENTUS and Paris Saint-Germain are poles apart in their valuation of Miralem Pjanic, according to reports in Italy.
Pjanic, 29, has been the subject of transfer speculation, with Real Madrid also eager to bring him to the Bernabeu in the summer.
According to Italian paper Corriere dello Sport, PSG have already offered £60million to sign the Bosnian midfielder.
But Juve, it is suggested, believe the player is worth at least £86m.
SunSport revealed last month that Real have tried to get the ball rolling on a potential deal and could look to sell Toni Kroos in order to facilitate a move.
Juve could be set for a busy summer and make have to offload players in order to pull off some coups.
SunSport also explained earlier today that Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, has met with Juve chiefs in order to pave his return to the Turin.
Pogba has been out of sorts at Manchester United and he could revitalise his career by heading back to his former employers.
The future of the Frenchman was supposedly one of a handful of subjects raised by Raiola when he recently held talks with Juve club chiefs.
In order for that to happen, the Bianconeri would have to sell the likes of Pjanic and Douglas Costa in order to raise funds for purchases.
PSG have also been tracking Pjanic and they think he would be a suitable addition.
Pjanic only signed a five-year contract extension with the Bianconeri last summer.