Juventus are reportedly ready to enter the race to sign Fiorentina forward Stevan Jovetic, who has been linked with Arsenal and Chelsea.
Reports last month had suggested Chelsea were preparing to launch a bid in the region of €22million for Jovetic as they look to bolster their attacking options for next season, while Arsenal and Napoli are also believed to be keen.
The 22-year-old has previously been linked with the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United, but according to Goal.com, Italian champions Juventus are also showing interest.
Juve are widely believed to be keen on bringing in at least one new forward this summer after struggling for goals at times last season, with Arsenal captain Robin van Persie and Napoli forward Edinson Cavani on their radar.
But with Napoli wanting €70m for the Urugay international, Juve have turned elsewhere.
And according to the report, Juventus director Beppe Marotta has spoken with Fiorentina officials to discuss a deal for the Montenegro international.
Clubs showing interest in Jovetic were earlier this week told they will have to pay at least €30m if they are to convince La Viola to sell. The club's sporting director Daniele Prade told SportItalia: "Since the start of the season we have said that we are not selling Jovetic.
"There is, however, an agreement with the player that [should we get an offer] above a certain figure, we will sit down and evaluate the offer.
"So far we have not received an offer for the player.
"He is a top player and we will only consider offers above 30million euros."