Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly told the club to go after Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen in their pursuit of Champions League glory.
The Bianconeri fell short in this season's competition as they suffered a shock 3-2 aggregate defeat to Ajax in the quarter-finals
That was seen as a huge disappointment by Ronaldo, who had lifted the trophy in each of the three previous seasons with Real Madrid prior to making the switch to Turin in a £100m move last summer.
Spanish outlet Don Balon claims that Ronaldo wants Juve to show that they mean business by bringing in Ter Stegen, which would at the same time weaken European rivals Barca.
Ter Stegen has been a regular starter for the Spanish champions over the last three seasons and would likely cost more than £85m.