Juventus are reportedly in negotiations with Serie A rivals Inter Milan over a possible swap deal involving Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi.
Inter have admitted defeat in their attempt to tie Icardi down to a new contract and are likely to cash in this summer before losing him for nothing further down the line.
Dybala is seen as a possible upgrade on the Argentine striker and, according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport, Juve are open to the idea of freshening up their squad by bringing in a new goalscorer.
Bianconeri sporting director Fabio Paratici and Inter counterpart Giuseppe Marotta are said to be in talks and there is hope that an agreement can be reached ahead of the summer transfer window.
Icardi went nearly two months without playing for the Nerazzurri as his contract dispute played out in public, but he returned on April 3 and has scored once in three appearances.