Juventus could use Marco Storari as part of the deal to coax Chelsea into releasing defender Alex.
This weekend Alex stated he would “gladly accept” a transfer to Turin, but only if it was a permanent move rather than a loan.
His price-tag is thought to be around €7m and director Beppe Marotta is expected to fly out to London for negotiations.
According to Tuttosport, the Bianconeri have an ace up their sleeve, namely goalkeeper Storari.
Chelsea sent scouts to view Storari during Thursday's Trofeo TIM tournament and need a reliable pair of hands after Petr Cech was ruled out for a month with knee ligament damage.
Storari already proved himself in this role when replacing Gigi Buffon at Juve during his injury lay-off.
However, Tuttosport claims it will be a last-minute scramble, as the talks could only reach a turning point from Thursday.
Meanwhile, Juventus continue to track a left-sided midfielder for Antonio Conte's system.
Diego Perotti and Eljero Elia are proving difficult, so Cesena revelation Emanuele Giaccherini is looking the more likely candidate right now.
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