Daryl Janmaat could be tempted with a move to Italy, according to his agent, as speculation increases that he could be allowed to leave Feyenoord.
The defender has been the subject of much speculation with Juventus most strongly linked with the 23-year-old.
Juventus are in the market for a left-back as Antonio Conte looks to change his style from a 3-5-2 to a 4-3-3 next season and reports suggest they are set to bring in the Dutchman for around €4.5million (£3.8m).
But agent Karel Jansen says reports of an imminent move to the Old Lady of Italy are premature.
He said: "Many clubs observed him during the Dutch national matches and I know there were Italian sides, including Juventus.
"But there have been no official bids and no negotiations are in progress."
But the agent did admit his client could be tempted away and his club may be persuaded to sell.
"Feyenoord would like to keep him but in football today if the right offer comes in they could decide to sell," he said.
"Daryl is a modern, skilful defender who is good going forward. The Italian league is always of great interest, but it obviously depends on the club."