Juventus beat Manchester United at Old Trafford in Gary Neville's testimonial, but used the occasion to discuss Antonio Valencia and Rafael.
According to ‘The People' newspaper, the Bianconeri had transfer negotiations around their 2-1 victory earlier this week.
Director Beppe Marotta reportedly enquired after two United stars who could be of use in the new-look squad under Antonio Conte.
Brazilian full-back Rafael could arrive on loan, while Valencia would cost around £13m to tempt him towards Turin.
It might be tricky to convince the players, considering Juventus have failed to qualify for Europe.
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