The midfielder is being monitored by Arsenal and Juventus, but the chief executive insists they will not have to sell.
Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali says the club is in advanced negotiations with a club over a possible deal for Manuel Locatelli.
The midfielder is reportedly a target for Arsenal and Juventus after his starring role for Sassuolo in Serie A and Italy at Euro 2020.
Carnevali says his team will wait until Locatelli returns from the European Championship before discussing his future, but they have already received offers for him.
What was said?
“We have received offers for Locatelli, but also Domenico Berardi, Giacomo Raspadori and Jeremie Boga have requests,” the chief executive said. Sky Sport.
“We will talk about Locatelli when Euro 2020 ends, we want to keep him calm until Sunday. We have received important offers for him, the talks of which are very well underway.
“We met with Juve and we made an appointment next week, but it all needs to be evaluated.
“Today the Italian market has big problems, offers are coming from abroad, and it’s clear we have players who are hungry to play for big clubs.”
Sassuolo does not have to sell
Sassuolo have already sold Brazilian defender Marlon to Shakhtar Donetsk this season, while eFederico Di Francesco has gone to SPAL and bought Hellas Verona Giangiacomo Magnani.
Carnevali says the Italian team has raised enough money to hold on to their key players for the 2021-22 campaign.
“It’s a source of pride and tranquility, because it means that we as a club have the opportunity to think about a future that can give us guarantees from an economic point of view.
“Our policy is to try not to sell many players. We have already sold Marlon, we do not have to sell another one.
“If the right conditions are there, we will all be happy and satisfied. If we do not find it. We will continue like this because we do not have to sell players.”