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Chelsea, Spurs encouraged as Juventus set McKennie price

Juventus have set their price for Weston McKennie ahead of the January market.

The Turin-based club has reportedly set a €30million price tag on the USMNT star says Calciomercato.com as he is subject to interest from multiple European clubs.

McKennie's current contract expires in 2025, but considering the current state of Juventus, the club might look to offload some players soon.

A number of Premier League clubs have shown interest in McKennie, who moved to Italy from Bundesliga club Schalke in 2020 for €18m on loan with an option to buy.

Clubs like Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham, and Aston Villa have reported interest in him - with Spurs and the Red Devils reportedly having negotiated a deal with him last summer.

A return to Germany is not out of the realm of possibility as McKennie's representation has reportedly spoken to Borussia Dortmund.



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