Fabio Paratici has admitted that Juventus would be willing to sell Angelo Ogbonna - but for no less than €15 million.
The Italy international has struggled to nail down a regular berth in the Bianconeri line-up since joining frmo city rivals Torino in 2013 and has been linked with a move to Sevilla in recent weeks.
Paratici, though, says that they have received no offers for Ogbonna and declared that the versatile centre-half will only be allowed to leave if a club meets their non-negotiable asking price.
"We have never thought about giving Ogbonna up [to someone] on loan and we have never taken the idea of releasing him into consideration," the Juve sporting director told Estadio Deportivo.
"If someone wants him, they will have to present us with an offer of €15 million. [But] Sevilla have never called us. We have not had any contact [from anyone] in relation to the player."