Juventus boss Antonio Conte will be at Wembley today to watch Switzerland's Gokhan Inler face England.
The Udinese man is of interest to the Turin giants after he failed to agree personal terms with Napoli.
Conte, accompanied by director general Beppe Marotta, will have a close look at the midfielder in Saturday's Euro 2012 qualifier.
It has been claimed that Juve have already agreed a deal with the player, thought to be a four-year contract worth €2.2m a campaign.
An agreement now has to be reached with Udinese who are demanding a fee of around €18m. The Turin giants are ready to offer cash and players to reduce that asking price.
Inler won't be the only point of interest for Conte, though, seeing as Reto Ziegler may also feature in the tie.
The left-back joined Juve from Sampdoria on a free transfer last month.
Lazio right-back, Stephan Lichsteiner, is another Swiss international who has been paired with the Old Lady.