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There was a “genuine interest” from Juventus in Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus before the Euros, according to Fabrizio Romano.
The sports journalist claims the Sere A side were heavily linked and could go for the City forward in case of Cristiano Ronaldo’s and Paulo Dybala’s possible quit.
However, now the club duo is likely to stay, while Pepe Guardiola’s side want €60m for Jesus.
There was 'genuine interest' from Juventus in #ManCity's Gabriel Jesus before the Euros, in case Cristiano Ronaldo or Paulo Dybala left the club – but both are now likely to stay, while @ManCity want €60M for the striker. But, 'keep an eye on' Tottenham. [w/ @FabrizioRomano] pic.twitter.com/fnWwmVINkT
— City Xtra (@City_Xtra) August 11, 2021