Juventus are closely following Real Madrid midfielder Isco and are making plans to sign him in the summer.
The Spanish international has long been a target of Max Allegri and looks likely to leave Madrid this summer having struggled to break into the first team.
La Stampa report that Juve have followed the player for some time and while a January move would be ‘complex’, they will look to him in the summer.
The report goes on to suggest that following the arrival of Ronaldo in the summer, nothing is impossible for the Bianconeri now.
Ongoing issues between player and new Real coach Santiago Solari have led to Isco being played sparingly so far this season, leading to tensions between the two and a likely move in June.
Juventus are planning to revitalise their midfield in the summer and Isco is among the main targets.