The Bianconeri boss concedes defeat in the race to bring the Fiorentina striker to Turin, as the Premier League outfit are set to swoop, but is happy with his attacking options
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"He has a high price, which is justified because we are talking about a great player," the Juve coach told reporters.
"But at these prices, it is obvious that he will not be going to an Italian team but elsewhere."
The Old Lady have brought Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente to the club this summer in a bid to bolster their attack but Conte has promised not to turn his back on the strikers already at the club.
"Now we have six attackers, so we will see what happens," he continued. "Everybody knows that the coach has no favourites. None of them will receive any favours, a starting place is earned through training and matches.
"I have great respect and admiration for all of the boys who have accompanied me in the last two years."