Juventus are eager to set up a swap deal for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Tuttosport says with the Frenchman having just one year remaining on his contract, hopes of a reunion are growing in Turin.
Juventus cannot afford the sort of transfer fee that the Red Devils would demand for their No6.
So a swap deal could be most feasible for both parties.
Juve would be willing to part with Cristiano Ronaldo or Paulo Dybala in exchange for Pogba, rather than cash.
Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes has been in Italy for meetings this week, with the 36-year-old's future on the agenda.
The Portuguese remains a prolific goalscorer for the Old Lady.
But Juve are struggling to afford his enormous wages.
Parting with him could therefore be beneficial, especially if attaining Pogba in the process.