Chelsea, Manchester United and Man City look set to suffer a transfer blow, with Juventus offering defender Dani Alves a new deal.
The 34-year-old has a year left on his contract at the J Stadium and that had led to rumours that Juve were considering cashing in on the player.
Antonio Conte, Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola had all shown an interest in bringing the veteran Brazil international to the Premier League, while the player himself was reportedly making noises about listening to other offers while Juve stalled on a new contract.
Alves is currently on a €4m-a-year deal in Turin and Juve have offered the player the same deal until June 2019, according to the report on Calciomercato.
However, due to interest from England, Juve are now said to have accelerated negotiations over the contract extension and expect to hear back from Alves over the next few days.