Juventus will hold talks with Sampdoria at some stage on Monday to register their interest in Andrea Poli.
Juve director general Beppe Marotta, formerly of Samp, has been in the city of Genoa since last night.
It's being widely reported that the official will talk to Doria directors in an attempt to sign Poli on a permanent basis.
The Under-21 international is a promising player who has also caught the attention of Napoli and Inter following Samp's relegation.
There is a possibility that Juve could offer cash and Luca Marrone in exchange for the tough-tackling midfielder.
Marotta may also take advantage of the meeting to make an enquiry about central defender Daniele Gastaldello.