Juventus are reportedly preparing to battle Liverpool in the race to sign Arsenal winger Theo Walcott in January.
Walcott is out of contract next summer and rejected Arsenal's latest offer shortly before the summer transfer window closed, sparking deadline day talk of a possible £15million move away from Emirates Stadium.
A move failed to happen as Walcott and manager Arsene Wenger held talks at the end of last month, which resulted in the Gunners being confident that the 23-year-old would remain at the club.
But a new deal is yet to be agreed, and according to The Sun, Juventus have confirmed their interest in the England international - although they are only willing to pay £10million.
Liverpool remain interested, while Chelsea, Inter Milan, and Manchester City are also believed to be monitoring developments.
Walcott is expected to hold further contract talks in the coming weeks.
Arsenal have offered a five-year, £75,000-a-week deal, but Walcott is believed to be wanting a six-figure weekly salary.
"Theo has one year to go. We want to extend his contract," Wenger said recently.
"I think Theo loves the club.
"He is not obsessed by money, there is just a little difference [in the negotiations]."