Juventus are being linked with a January move for Alessio Cerci of Fiorentina by the Corriere dello Sport.
The Rome-based publication is claiming that the Viola wide attacker will be targeted if the Bianconeri sell Milos Krasic.
The Serbian winger has had a problematic start to the season and is yet to convince under new boss Antonio Conte.
After a scintillating start to his Italian adventure in 2010, the signing from CSKA Moscow has had his difficulties.
Cerci, meanwhile, has made an impressive beginning to the current campaign at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
The former Roma player is developing into a key figure for the Tuscan club who rejected an offer from Manchester City for his services in the summer.
Cerci, according to the publication, has a valuation of €12m. Krasic cost Juve €15.5m a year ago.
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