Juventus are, according to Tuttosport, prepared to offer Federico Bernardeschi and Daniele Rugani for Nicolò Zaniolo, but Roma want cash.
The newspaper has claimed the Bianconeri sporting director Fabio Paratici and Giallorossi CEO Guido Fienga met to discuss possible exchange deals this summer.
Cristian Romero, Bernardeschi, Rugani and Rolando Mandragora have been put on the plate by Juventus, who are looking at Bryan Cristante, Cengiz Under, Justin Kluivert and Zaniolo.
The latter remains at the top of the wish list and Juventus have tried to lure the young Italy international, currently working on his recovery after suffering an ACL rupture against the Old Lady in January.
Roma have, according to the newspaper, asked for €60m for Zaniolo, something that could slow down the operation for Juventus, who were hoping to convince the Giallorossi by offering two players.
Juventus can buy back Mandragora from Udinese for €26m and seem willing to use the Udinese midfielder in a trade with Roma for Cristante and the report claims the two clubs remain in touch to reach a potential agreement later this month.
Romero and Under could both be valued at €30m and both parties are reportedly satisfied with the two youngsters swapping clubs.
Tuttosport expects further updates on the meeting between Paratici and the Giallorossi CEO in the coming days.