Juventus want to reinforce their midfield with Joao Moutinho from Monaco, then Genoa-owned Rolando Mandragora.
The Bianconeri are still seeking reliable replacements for Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal, as Sami Khedira continues to struggle with injury problems.
According to Sport Mediaset, there are two plans developing in Turin.
The first is to secure 29-year-old Moutinho from Monaco in January, as he could be allowed to leave on loan.
He’d be considerably cheaper than the alternatives, Borussia Dortmund’s Ilkay Gundogan and Eder Banega of Sevilla.
Juventus are also looking to the future and have set their sights on Genoa-owned midfielder Mandragora.
The Italy Under-21 international is currently impressing while on loan at Pescara.
Mandragora is still only 18 years old and made his Serie A debut against Juve at the age of 17 in October 2014.
He has also attracted interest from the Premier League, specifically Liverpool.
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