Juventus could lose Gokhan Inler, Alexis Sanchez and Giuseppe Rossi, so pour all their attention and €35m on to Carlos Tevez.
The Manchester City striker has long been mentioned as a transfer target to revive the Bianconeri after failing to qualify for Europe.
In recent weeks they had been more focused on other options, but it looks increasingly as if Inler is heading to Napoli, Sanchez to City and Rossi to Barcelona.
According to the Corriere dello Sport, director Beppe Marotta is therefore turning all his attention on to Tevez.
The Argentina international has made it very clear he is not happy in Manchester and would like a move to a more ‘continental' atmosphere.
Around €35m would be able to prise him away from Eastlands, although Juventus will have to shatter their salary cap for his €6m per season wages.
The Corriere maintains it will complete a merry-go-round of forwards: Sanchez to Man City, Rossi to Barcelona, Tevez to Juventus and Javier Pastore to Inter.
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