Juventus are pushing to bring Alvaro Morata back to Turin while also looking to sign Matteo Darmian, Emre Can and Lorenzo Pellegrini.

The Bianconeri are all but confirmed as title winners for the 2017/18 season but work has already begun for the long summer ahead.

RAI report that Juve are keen on bringing Spanish striker Alvaro Morata back to Turin and have reached an agreement with the players entourage, but are yet to convince Chelsea.

The Bianconeri would look to spread Morata’s salary while taking him on loan for two years with an obligation to sign him outright in 2020.

Juve’s first signing in the summer transfer window is expected to be Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian who is looking to return to Italy.

In the midfield, there have been positive steps to complete the signing of Liverpool’s Emre Can on a free transfer and Roma’s Lorenzo Pellegrini, for whom Juventus are expected to pay the buy-out clause.

Sporting Director Fabio Paratici reportedly met with football agent Mino Raiola to discuss the prospect of signing AC Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura. RAI suggest that Allegri is a fan of the player, given his ability to play in more than one position.

Finally, Andrea Agnelli and Beppe Marotta want to continue  with Max Allegri in charge of Juventus next season, despite pressure from Arsenal to bring him to the Emirates as Arsene Wenger’s long-term replacement.