Juventus legend Zinedine Zidane has suggested that the Turin giants make a move for Jeremy Menez and Eden Hazard.
The Old Lady will freshen up their squad in the summer and the French fantasista has told Tuttosport whom he thinks the Old Lady should target.
"Menez has class and a certain amount of experience too at this stage of his career," he said of the Roma attacking midfielder.
"I think he'd be a good fit at Juventus."
Menez is expected to leave the Stadio Olimpico outfit in the summer after a tough campaign which has seen some fans turn on him.
Meanwhile, Zizou highlighted a Ligue 1 player who may be set for a bright future in European football.
"Hazard is a very good player, but I don't know if he will be my successor," Zidane noted. "He certainly represents the best talents of the future.
"He's very quick and could become a great."
Hazard, born in Belgium in 1991, plays for Lille in France and has been a part of the Belgian national set-up since 2008.
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