The Corriere dello Sport is today suggesting that Alessandro Nesta could leave Milan for Juventus in the summer.
The veteran stopper will be out of contract in June and he has reportedly been asked by friend Andrea Pirlo to join him in Turin.
The latter made the same Bosman move last year after his deal at the Stadio Meazza was not renewed.
The 2006 World Cup winner was linked with the Bianconeri earlier this year by Turin daily Tuttosport, but now the Rome based publication is running the story too.
Nesta, who celebrated his 36th birthday earlier this month, has been restricted to just 11 Serie A games this term.
The Roman centre-back joined the Diavolo in the summer of 2002 from hometown club Lazio.
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