Juventus rejected eight bids from Europeans clubs who were eager to secure the services of Ghana U20 striker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom.
MTNFootball.com understands loan bids from Elche, Levante, Frankfurt, Atlanta and two other clubs were rejected despite meeting the minimum transfer cost amount of 750,000 euros.
The move could unsettle Saudi club Al Nassr’s U$ 2 million loan budget loan bid for the Ghana international.
Juventus also refused to listen to Bayern Leverkusen’s permanent transfer request, insisting the highly-rated youngster is not for sale.
Bianconeri coach Antonio Conte’s unwillingness to release the 20-year-old confirms he has big plans for budding talent.
Boakye-Yiadom was excluded from Juventus pre-season tour of the United States to allow him have enough rest after the 2013 FIFA U20 World Cup in Turkey.
He is expected in Turin on Thursday for what looks like a permanent stay for next season.