If Chelsea were prepared to make an offer for Juventus' Federico Chiesa, as they were in summer, then it would be 'very tempting' to the Italian side, according to reports.
Thomas Tuchel's Blues were reportedly set to make a monster bid of €100 million over summer to bring the Italian's services to Stamford Bridge.
Chiesa impressed many clubs over the summer months with his performances at Euro 2020 for Italy.
As per TuttoMercatoWeb, via Sport Witness, another bid for the 24-year-old would be 'very tempting' to Juventus.
Chiesa joined the Italian giants from Fiorentina in 2020 on a two-year loan deal, with a mandatory option to stay permanently in Turin.
If Chelsea were to make another offer of around €100 million, Juventus would welcome it, with their eyes on the economic benefits of the deal.
However, Thomas Tuchel's Blues did spent £97.5 million on striker Romelu Lukaku over the summer and are now sat in the drivers seat in the Premier League.
Therefore, fans may wonder whether another €100 million purchase is necessary.
It is being reported that Chiesa isn't in 'complete harmony' with first team coach Massimiliano Allegri at the club and therefore could be interested in the move as well.
The two sides clashed recently in the Champions League as Allegri's team travelled to west London.
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