Juventus are back in the hunt for Juan Manuel Vargas of Fiorentina, claims a report in La Nazione.
The Peruvian has been linked with a Stadio Franchi exit and numerous sides across Europe have been paired.
The Old Lady took a close look at the South American a year ago, but the Viola's asking price scared them off.
His valuation has dropped slightly though since then, partly due to the club's struggles over the past 12 months.
It is being suggested that Juve could offer cash and Amauri in return for the 27-year-old wide player.
Striker Amauri, 31, who has a year left on his Turin contract, has spent the last six months on loan at Parma.
Vargas has also been talked about as a possible target for Roberto Mancini's Manchester City.
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