Juventus are reportedly considering a move to take Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez this summer, ahead of Inter.
The Nerazzurri were strongly linked to the Mexico international in recent days, but reportedly have been hit by a high asking price.
Tuttosport believe that the Red Devils’ request of €11m for their striker has delayed Inter’s attempts and instead invited Juve into contention.
The Turin-based publication assert that the Bianconeri are readying an offer of €2m for an initial season-long loan, with a purchase option set in place for between €7m and €8m.
It is understood that negotiations over Hernandez will stay unrelated to anything that may be ongoing or not with United’s apparent continued interest in Arturo Vidal.