Juventus and Bayern Munich are both interested in signing Roma defender Kostas Manolas, according to reports.
Kostas Manolas has been a key figure for Roma this season, making 13 appearances in the Serie A and Champions League this season.
The Greek international is in his fifth season with the club, having joined from Olympiakos in 2014.
Whilst Roma would want to hold on to Manolas, interest from Europe’s elite could be too good of an opportunity to pass up.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Juventus and Bayern Munich have concrete interest in Manolas; Juventus are allegedly concerned with Andrea Barzagli’s advancing age (he’ll be 38 in May), and former Roma centre half Medhi Benatia hasn’t set the world alight during his spell in Turin. Bayern on the other hand could be angling for a major summer overhaul after a poor start to their Bundesliga campaign.
Manolas would be relatively affordable for either club, as his contract allegedly contains a €36m release clause.