According to reports in Italy, Sergio Aguero and Paulo Dybala's destinies could be linked as the Manchester City forward could join Juventus to replace La Joya.
El Kun will leave Manchester United in the summer and the Old Lady are among the contenders to secure his services as a free agent at the end of the season.
La Gazzetta dello Sport confirms Dybala is waiting for a contract extension offer, having refused a proposal in the region of €10m-a-year.
That means Juventus would spend €20m before taxes, but if Aguero accepts the same offer, the Old Lady would only spend €15m thanks to the so-called 'growth decree.'
The decree helps Serie A clubs sign foreign footballers thanks to a tax discount of 50 per cent on the gross salaries of players and coaches who haven't lived in Italy for the last five years.
Aguero remains on Juventus' target, but Barcelona and PSG are also interested in signing the Argentinean.
On the other hand, Dybala has little time remaining until the end of the season to prove he deserves a higher contract offer, the report states.
The Argentinean strikers' future could be linked, with one leaving and the other one arriving in Turin next summer.