That could act as a boost to Arsenal's transfer hopes, as the Gunners have been tracking the Italy star since Euro 2020.
The clubs have reportedly met on three different occasions to discuss the deal but have been unable to reach an agreement.
As a result, Juventus are believed to instead be keen on a two-year loan with an option to make the move permanent.
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