The midfielder is being monitored by Arsenal and Juventus but the chief executive insists he does not need to be sold.
Sivolo CEO Giovanni Carnavalli says talks are under way with the club over a possible deal for Manuel Lucatelli.
There are rumors that the midfielder will be a target for Arsenal and Juventus after his role as Serie A in Euro 2020 and Sassuolo in Italy.
Carnavalli says his side will wait until Loketelli returns from the European Championships before discussing his future, but he has already received offers for them.
What has been said?
“We have received offers for Locatelli, but also applications from Dominico Berardi, Giacomo Raspodori and Jeremy Boga,” the chief executive said. Sky Sport.
“When we talk about Locatelli at the end of Euro 2020, we want to leave it calm until Sunday. We have received important offers for this, one of which is under discussion.
“We met Joe and we met next week but that remains to be seen.
“There are big problems in the Italian market today, there are offers from abroad, and it is clear that we have players who are hungry to play in big clubs.”
Sussulo doesn’t need to be sold
Sassuolo has already sold Brazilian defender Marlon to Shakhtar Donetsk this summer, while Efederico de Francesco has gone to the SPL and Hales Verona has bought Gianciacomo Magnani.
Carnavali says the Italian party has raised enough money to stop its key players in the 2021-22 campaign.
“It’s a source of pride and peace because it means that as a club we have the opportunity to think about a future that can guarantee us from an economic point of view. From an economic point of view.
“Our policy is to try not to sell a lot of players. We’ve already sold Marilyn, we don’t need to sell to anyone else.
“If the right conditions are in place, we will all be happy and satisfied. If we don’t get them, we will move on because we don’t have to sell the players.”