Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offer €30m for Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci, if Sergio Ramos leaves.
Coach Rafa Benitez is well acquainted with the Bianconeri defender, having bossed Napoli for the past two seasons.
Ramos is believed to be seeking to leave Santiago Bernabeu, with Manchester United a possible destination for the Spanish World Cup-winner.
Only one-year younger than Ramos, Tuttosport nevertheless believes that Los Merengues have identified the Juve man as the man to replace him.
Italian international Bonucci would be offered a salary of €4m per year, with €30m offered as a transfer fee in order to tempt the Old Lady.
Other options for the Spanish giants include Laurent Koscielny of Arsenal, with goalkeeper David De Gea also set to arrive from Manchester United.
Sources in Spain, including AS, believe that could pave the way for Iker Casillas to join Roma, although his wages would be a problem for the Giallorossi.