Juventus defender Martin Caceres has revealed he would like to see Luis Suarez join the club this summer - but insists he has not spoken to the Liverpool striker about a possible move.
Reports in Italy over the past week have suggested that Juventus are keen on signing Suarez and Arsenal captain Robin van Persie this summer.
Juve are one of the frontrunners in the race to sign Van Persie and have been linked with a number of forwards in recent weeks, with Napoli's Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani - who is currently on Olympic duty along with Suarez - and Fiorentina forward Stevan Jovetic.
Suarez, whose future at Liverpool has been a hot topic of conversation ever since his high profile clash with Manchester United defender Patrice Evra last year, recently hinted that he was ready to leave the Premier League following the departure of Kenny Dalglish as Reds boss.
Caceres has dismissed any talks that he has spoken with Suarez about a possible move to the Italian champions, but admits he is keen to play alongside the forward at club level.
"Have I spoken with Luis Suarez about Juve? I didn't speak with him in the national team and he didn't ask me any questions about Juve, that's the truth," he said.
"A player with whom I'd like to play? Luis and Edinson [Cavani], but it's not in my hands.
When asked about Van Persie, who is also a target for Manchester City and rivals Manchester United, he added: "Who is stronger between Jovetic and Van Persie? They are both good players, but Van Persie is better."