Former Napoli director general and transfer expert Pierpaolo Marino believes Juventus could land Andrea Pirlo.
The midfielder's future at Milan is in doubt given that his contract is set to expire in June, which would make him available on a Bosman.
Boss Massimiliano Allegri has admitted that Milan won't consider offering the player a new deal until the season ends, a stance which could favour Juventus.
"Of all the Milan players whose contracts are coming to an end, Pirlo is the least likely to renew," Marino told Controcampo.
"I believe he already has a half-promise with Juventus."
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has recently admitted that he would be interested in signing Pirlo, who will be 32 later this month, on a free transfer.
Pirlo is one of four high profile Rossoneri players who have just months left on their contracts.
Clarence Seedorf, Alessandro Nesta and Massimo Ambrosini are also in the same position as the playmaker.