English clubs are “knocking at the door” for Man Utd-linked winger Federico Chiesa, according to Fiorentina’s CEO Joe Barone.
The Italy international has been touted recently as a cheaper alternative to Jadon Sancho at just £61m with Man Utd and Chelsea both linked with the 22-year-old.
Chiesa has scored seven goals and provided three assists for his team-mates in 26 appearances in all competitions this season.
And Barone has been speaking about Chiesa‘s future, confirming that a number of English clubs are interested in his services.
“Chiesa is a Fiorentina player,” Barone told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“There are clubs knocking at the door for Chiesa, some of them who speak English… We’ll see. For the moment, we just need to finish the season and he is very concentrated on doing well for us.
“As for Gaetano Castrovilli, he still has much to give for us and for Italian football, so he will remain in Florence.”
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