Juan Cuadrado could reportedly be set to leave Juventus this summer, with Arsenal said to be considering a late bid, while reports also state that Valencia defender Ezequiel Garay has emerged as a top target for the Bianconeri.
Per Colla, Inter Milan and Roma have also expressed an interest in Cuadrado, but Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri may well reject any offers.
Garay, meanwhile, would be tempted by a move to Turin, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport (h/t Football Italia).
Per football writer Peter Coates, the Valencia defender had looked set to leave the club for Spartak Moscow, yet that move has so far failed to materialise:
Peter Coates @golazoargentino
Ezequiel Garay out of Valencia & back to Russia with Spartak Moscow? Not played in friendlies & not training, reports suggest it's close https://t.co/SbSF2vROSb2017-8-10 12:51:53
Instead, the 31-year-old is now a priority for Juventus, although they are also interested in Borussia Dortmund defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos, per Football Italia.
Carlo Garganese @carlogarganese
But for Juventus, what the hell are they thinking selling Bonucci for only €40m? Yes, Bonucci may want to stay in Italy...2017-7-13 22:02:41
The Italian champions are yet to replace Bonucci, although Garay would be a surprise choice, with Valencia apparently ready to move him on after just one underwhelming season.