Juventus are again said to be interested in Arsenal winger Theo Walcott, according to reports in the British Press.
Juve were first linked with the player last month. London newspaper Metro has today claimed that the Bianconeri are keeping tabs on the England international, after he refused to sign a new contract with the Gunners.
The 23-year-old's deal expires in June 2013, meaning Arsene Wenger could look to cash in on the flying midfielder rather than risk losing him on a free next summer. A bid of between €15-20m could persuade the north London club to part with their man.
Arsenal and Juventus have a history of big-money sales between the clubs.
Irish legend Liam Brady left Highbury to join the Turin giants in 1980, whilst more recently, Patrick Vieira swapped the Premier League for Serie A in 2005.
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