Reports from Brazil and Spain have linked Juventus will a player exchange deal involving Neymar and Paulo Dybala.
Brazilian website Globoesporte reports that the Bianconeri and Paris Saint-Germain have begun negotiations for the duo with the French club having had a long-standing interest in the Argentine.
Dybala rejected Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur due to issues over image rights but the report suggests he would be more open to a move to Paris.
Neymar was close to a return to Barcelona before Real Madrid entered into talks but negotiations have reportedled stalled for the moment.
Juventus value Dybala at around €100m which would mean the Bianconeri would need to include a significant sum in transfer fees to get the deal finalised.
Spanish paper AS report that Juve would use Dybala plus a further €100m to sign Neymar while El Chiringuito TV report on similar lines.