Juventus have two new transfer targets: Arsenal left-back Gael Clichy and PSV Eindhoven winger Balasz Dzsudzsak.
The newspapers in Italy are filled with speculation over the summer transfer campaign, as the Bianconeri seek to rebuild after another dismal campaign.
The latest suggestion from Tuttosport is a bid for Arsenal defender Clichy, who is an old flame and the subject of previous offers.
It is reported Juve hope to use the friendship between director Fabio Paratici and Mathieu Grimaldi, a member of Arsene Wenger's staff, to convince Arsenal to release Clichy.
Elsewhere, the Corriere dello Sport claims the Turin giants are turning their attention towards Hungarian international Dzsudzsak.
The 24-year-old is currently tied to PSV Eindhoven until June 2015, but it is said that Juventus are already in talks with the club and agent Soren Lerby.