Alexis Sanchez is considering his Arsenal future, so Juventus could attempt a third swoop for the ex-Udinese man.
Papers in England suggest Sanchez is increasingly frustrated with the Gunners and could look elsewhere this summer.
The Chile international wants a club that can make a genuine push for the Champions League.
Although Bayern Munich and Manchester City are in the running, Juve have to be in there too.
After all, the Bianconeri already tried to sign him when he was at Udinese in 2011 and then again as he left Barcelona for Arsenal in 2014.
If Juve do lose Alvaro Morata to Real Madrid, that will bring in €30m of fresh transfer funds to be spent on a forward.
Alexis would work well in tandem with Paulo Dybala in a fast-paced and creative pairing, while Mario Mandzukic and Simone Zaza provide a more physical presence.
There is one rather large stumbling block, specifically the €9m per year wages earned in London – double the amount given to Juve’s current top earner Paul Pogba.
This season Sanchez has scored 16 goals in 39 competitive games for Arsenal, also providing 11 assists.
He is above all already familiar with Serie A football, having scored 12 goals and 10 assists in 31 games for Udinese during his last campaign.