Juventus have become the second Serie A club in two days to be paired with a move for Angelo Palombo of Sampdoria.
The Italian international could be sold by the Serie B outfit in January after a problematic start to the season at Marassi.
Palombo, a central midfielder, was paired with moves to Napoli and Fiorentina during the summer, but stayed loyal to Doria.
On Monday, he was strongly linked with a possible switch to Parma once the winter transfer window opens.
However, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport on Tuesday, the Old Lady of Italian football are now pondering a bid.
Juve director general Beppe Marotta, formerly of Samp, is a big fan and thinks he could be a valuable addition to the Bianconeri midfield.
Juve may offer youngster Luca Marrone and a substantial amount of cash in exchange for the 30-year-old.
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