Torino will face Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Europa League playoffs if both sides make it through.
Before that, however, Toro must overcome Belarussian team Shakhtyor Soligors in the third qualifying round, while Wolves have to beat Armenian outfit Pyunik over two legs.
Nonetheless, the draw pairs two of the stronger sides in the qualifying phase.
Wolves are in Europe for the first time in 39 years after they finished seventh in the Premier League last season and have brought in Patrick Cutrone from Milan.
Toro, for their part, most recently reached the Europa League last 16 in 2015 and have taken Milan’s place in the competition.
The first leg would be played in Turin on August 22, with the return fixture at Molineux scheduled for a week later.