The Italian outfit are looking to offload the former Real Madrid attacker this summer and are willing to let the 32-year-old leave for around £16.5m.
Higuain's former club River Plate are also believed to be interested in bringing the forward back to his native Argentina, according to reports from Corriere dello Sport.
Former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri signed Higuain on loan in the January transfer window last season, but the forward failed to impress at Stamford Bridge with only five Premier League goals.
The Argentine returned to Turin and Sarri joined him as head coach of the Old Lady, however Higuain struggled back in Serie A with only five goals in 23 league appearances.
Higuain made 75 appearances for Argentina scoring 31 goals before retiring from international duty in 2018. body check tags ::