Bologna hope to strengthen their squad with two recruits from Juventus this month – Frederik Sorensen and Luca Toni.
The Rossoblu have been in talks with the Old Lady about the young Danish defender, but it appears that they are also keen on the 2006 World Cup winner.
The two clubs have reportedly agreed a deal for Sorensen who has struggled for first team football in Turin this term.
They have also discussed the possibility of reaching an understanding over Toni who is attracting the interest of a few clubs.
The 34-year-old, who joined the Old Lady this time last year from Genoa, is available for transfer after failing to break into the plans of Antonio Conte.
The 2006 World Cup winner hasn’t played at all for Juventus so far this season and the club want to sell having netted Marco Borriello from Roma last week.
As well as Bologna, the former Bayern Munich man is also attracting the attention of Cesena, Cagliari and Parma.
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