Juventus are reportedly planning to offer Federico Bernardeschi as part of the proposed deal to bring Roma starlet Nicolò Zaniolo to Turin.
The two sides swapped Leonardo Spinazzola for Cagliari loan-star Luca Pellegrini last summer and Bryan Cristante was previously linked with a deal including Rolando Mandragora, who eventually moved from Juve to Udinese.
Tuttosport claims the Bianconeri are trying to take advantage of an uncertain time financially in the capital and could offer the former Fiorentina winger as a part of the deal to bring Zaniolo to the Allianz Stadium.
The newspaper writes that Roma would like to keep the Italy international, who is currently recovering from a knee injury he sustained during a match against the Old Lady in January, but could have to consider sacrificing the playing to fix their budget this summer.
Bernardeschi has struggled to convince coach Maurizio Sarri this term and has appeared 18 times, starting only nine games in Serie A this season.