Juventus are closely monitoring the rise of Manchester United forward Paul Pogba, according to Sky Italy.
The Italian champions are eager to bring the 26-year-old to Turin where the striker produced his best performances of his career so far.
The report adds that Juve have already made contact with Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola about the possibility of a deal in the summer transfer window.
United are aware of Juventus’s interest, although there’s no indication whether the Premier League giants would be open to selling.
The report goes on to claim that Real Madrid are also thought to be interested in the France international as Zinedine Zidane looks to strengthen his squad.
Pogba moved to Turin in 2012 after Sir Alex Ferguson failed to guarantee the attacker first-team football.
The World Cup winner returned to United in a club record £89m deal in 2016 following Jose Mourinho’s appointment as the club’s manager.