New Juventus boss Thiago Motta wants to hold on to Leicester City and West Ham target Matias Soule in the ongoing summer transfer window.


Soule is one of the players Juventus have been considering selling this summer to raise funds and balance their books.


The winger had a fruitful loan spell at Frosinone last season and several clubs are interested in signing him.



West Ham and Leicester both met his entourage in London earlier this month and Juventus are sure offers will be coming in for Soule soon.


However, according to Italian outlet, Juventus boss Motta is keen to hold on to the player moving forward.



In a recent meeting with the club hierarchy, the new Juventus manager told the club to try and hold on to the winger this summer.


Motta believes Soule could be a useful option for his first-team squad next season and wants him to stay at the club.



Juventus have heard their new manager and are now only likely to sell him if their €40m asking price is met.


Whether either Leicester or West Ham will get close to that figure and give Juventus a real decision to make is unclear.