Gonzalo Higuain will listen to Juventus at the end of the season even though his intention is to remain with Real Madrid, according to his father.
The Serie A giants have tracked the Argentina international striker for over a year and he is well aware that a firm offer could be placed on the table in June.
Higuain's father and agent, Jorge, says the 24-year-old could be open to a transfer, but will not consider his next move until the campaign is finished.
"The interest from Juve is an honour. Now though Gonzalo is only thinking about Madrid," he told Tuttosport. "In May we can talk.
"The season is entering a crucial phase and he is only focused on winning the title and the Champions League.
"Juve have been interested for over a year, but Gonzalo intends to stay in Madrid.
"For now any thoughts of a move to a club like Juventus remains only a matter of pride.
"It is too soon, but in May my son will look at the situation and we will then be able to talk to them."