Juventus are reportedly interested in Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman, who has a €45m release clause.
The Bianconeri will look to strengthen their midfield in the summer, with Liverpool’s Emre Can expected to arrive on a free transfer.
In addition, Sky is reporting that Juve could attempt to sign Strootman, who has returned to full fitness after a series of serious knee injuries.
While negotiating with the Giallorossi would be difficult, there is a €45m release clause in the Dutchman’s contract, which is valid for both Italian and foreign clubs.
Juventus could therefore look to emulate their move for Miralem Pjanic, who they signed from the Lupi in 2016 when they paid his €32m release clause.