Juventus are allegedly planning to table a bid for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani amid fresh reports that the Uruguayan is unsettled in the French capital.
The 30-year-old's relationship with teammate Neymar came under further scrutiny when the Brazilian denied him the chance to become the club's leading goalscorer from the penalty spot in an 8-0 win over Dijon in midweek.
The world's most expensive player took the penalty himself and found the net, but was met with boos from the PSG fans for failing to stand aside and allow Cavani to shoulder the responsibility.
Cavani was said to be aggrieved by Neymar's actions and is now seeking a way out of his PSG contract, which has two years remaining.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Juve are ready to make a move for the former Napoli striker in an attempt to lure him back to Serie A.
Cavani signed a contract extension with PSG in April last year and it is unclear whether the French outfit would entertain offers for his signature.