Reports in Italy are gathering pace that Juventus have hijacked Napoli's move for Gokhan Inler.
The Azzurri and Udinese had seemingly agreed terms for the Swiss international, but Juve may have convinced the player to join them instead.
The midfielder's agent yesterday suggested that an Italian giant wanted the player and it is believed that Juve are that club – even if the representative didn't reveal the name of the interested party.
It's unclear at this time how much the Stadio Friuli outfit want for the midfielder, but Juve are likely to offer cash and players in exchange.
Director general Beppe Marotta is apparently ready to tempt the Champions League qualifiers with a choice of Albin Ekdal, Manuel Giandonato and Frederik Sorensen.
The Old Lady seem to be paying very close attention to their midfield after already signing Andrea Pirlo from Milan and lining up Napoli's Michele Pazienza.