Udinese are reportedly prepared to lower the asking price for Rodrigo De Paul to €30-35m, alerting Inter, Roma, Juventus, Napoli, Milan and Leeds United.
The Argentina international midfielder had already been linked with a move last summer, but remained in part because his wife was pregnant and he did not want to add moving city or even country to her stress.
The price-tag had until very recently been €40m, which put off Leeds United among other candidates for the creative midfielder.
However, with the pandemic hitting the transfer market and De Paul now ready to leave, Sky Sport Italia pundit Luca Marchetti told Radio Marte that Udinese could accept €30-35m.
De Paul turns 27 later this month and has contributed nine goals with 11 assists in 36 competitive games this season.