Lazio president Claudio Lotito is leaving everyone guessing over Aleksandar Kolarov's transfer fee by inviting clubs to make a "good" offer, but refused to specify how much.
Manchester City and Real Madrid have been holding off for the Serbian left-back, leaving Juventus to join the race, according to Thursday's edition of Tuttosport.
The Turin-based paper claims €20m should be enough to convince Lotito to unclench his fists; on Saturday the chief said his man was not for sale.
But the sound of money brought him to his feet and suddenly Lotito sounds optimistic over a sale, but only if a lucrative bid is made.
"Those who want Kolarov should make an offer," Lotito told the press, as reported by La Repubblica.
"If the offer is good and respects both Lazio's and the player's interests then we will take it into consideration.
"If not then we won't. Juventus? If they have the means then they should make an offer. And in any case we have to look at the player's will."
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