Juventus are monitoring a host of players including Steven N’Zonzi, Corentin Tolisso and Fabinho.

With Coach Max Allegri’s renewal at the club confirmed, attention has turned to this summers transfer market with Juve eyeing a number of targets, primarily in attack and midfield.

Sky Sport Italia transfer journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa is a priority for the attack however the Bianconceri may face opposition from Zenit and PSG for the 26-year-old Brazilian.

Angel Di Maria is also considering a target, however negotiations with PSG may be tricky and there are reports that the player is keen to remain in France for now. Federico Bernardeschi is also being tracked, however a similar problem exists where Fiorentina may prove reluctant to deal directly with Juve. Lazio’s Balde Keita is an outside option as well.

In midfield, Juve are looking to Lyon’s Tolisso, Monaco’s Fabinho while Liverpool’s Emre Can and Sevilla’s N’Zonzi remain viable options as well.

Gazzetta dello Sport lead with a similar story, reporting that a deal is in place for Arsenal’s Wojciech Szczesny, who would essentially spend a season as a backup to Gigi Before taking over the goalkeeping role. It’s believed Szczesny will earn €4.5m however negotiations continue with Arsenal over a transfer fee,

Gazzetta also suggest that Leonardo Bonucci could be sold, if Juve were to receive a “stupid” offer – Chelsea and Mancester City are both linked with the player. Stefan de Vrij could become a target for the Bianconeri if Bonucci is sold while Daniele Rugani would certainly become a starter in defence.

Finally, Juventus are expected to activate Patrik Schick’s release clause by paying €25m. The talented Czech striker is expected to remain on loan at Sampdoria for another season.