Sportitalia reported that Atalanta tells Manchester United, Real Madrid, and others to pay at least €60m for Giorgio Scalvini.
The central defender’s rapid improvement has led to frequent links with clubs like Juventus, Inter, and Milan. However, it has always been understood that they might find the price tag potentially beyond their means.
Transfer expert Alfredo Pedullà from Sportitalia asserts that Atalanta would consider an exceptionally high offer, even though a January departure remains highly improbable.
Selling Scalvini, a product of the prolific Atalanta youth academy, would entail a minimum cost of €60m for the operation.
Having turned 20 just last month, he is under contract with the Bergamo club until June 2028.
Last summer, Manchester United experienced Atalanta directors’ tough negotiation stance firsthand as they persisted until meeting the specified asking price for Rasmus Hojlund. The eventual sale amounted to €74m, with an additional €9.6m in add-ons.