Juventus have this afternoon met with the agent of Milan playmaker Andrea Pirlo, a report in the peninsula suggests.
According to calciomercato.com, Tulio Tinti has been in talks with Juve director general Beppe Marotta at Juve's Vinovo HQ today.
Pirlo could be available on a free transfer this summer given that his contract with the Rossoneri expires at the end of June.
Milan have stated that they won't decide on whether to offer him, and other players who are at the end of their contracts, an extension until the season is over.
Marotta has admitted that he would be interested in signing the 2006 World Cup winner on a Bosman.
Juve are, reportedly, ready to offer the former Brescia and Inter player a salary worth €3m a campaign.
However, leaving Vinovo, Tinti suggested that Pirlo was not the subject of their 30-minute discussion.
"Before Juventus, I have to speak with Milan," he is quoted as saying.