Juventus are reportedly keen for Zinedine Zidane to become their new head coach this summer.
The Frenchman is currently in his second spell in charge of Real Madrid and has won three Champions League crowns during his time as manager of the Spanish giants.
Los Blancos sit top of La Liga, but according to the Daily Mail, Zidane is likely to leave the capital outfit this summer 'amid rumblings of discontent' from sections of the squad.
The report claims that Juve are willing to offer their former midfielder a three-year deal worth £7m in order to convince him to replace Maurizio Sarri as head coach in Turin.
Zidane allegedly still has a close relationship with Old Lady present Andrea Agnelli, although the Italian champions would need to pay compensation to Madrid in order to free the Frenchman from his deal.
The 47-year-old turned out for Juve as a player between 1996 and 2001, winning two Serie A titles and making over 200 appearances before arriving at the Bernabeu.