Juventus are considering a move from Atletico Madrid striker Joao Felix to fill the offensive void left by Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese star has been with Atleti since 2019 but has not reached the heights he expected.
At 21 he still has many years to reach his huge potential and Juve are now looking to add him to their squad.
Tuttomercatoweb says the Bianconeri need attacking reinforcements and they are now considering a move for him.
They see him as a player to strengthen them in this department and a loan offer is being considered.
The Bianconeri brought Moise Kean back after selling Ronaldo to Manchester United, but the Italian striker has not been in tip-top shape since his return.
Felix has faced serious competition for a spot at Atletico with Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann but he may have to move to another country to rediscover the early goalscoring form he showed at Benfica before moving to Spain.
Juve have relied on players like Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata to help them achieve their goals and Felix could help ease the burden on both stars when he moves to Turin.