Juventus will keep an eye on young Tahith Chong from Manchester United.
19-year-old Chong dropped out of the contract at the end of the season and negotiations on a new contract have stalled.
The Dutchman has made a handful of appearances in the first team this season but was not involved against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup this week.
He has been speaking with foreign clubs since January and was watched last week by Juventus scouts in action for United's U23 national team.
The Mail reports that the Italian champion is interested in many other European clubs and could repeat in 2012 his free transfer crash against Paul Pogba.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident that Chong will extend his stay at Old Trafford after making his debut to the teenager last season.
He also threw him in the Champions League successfully over PSG.
While Brandon Williams and James Garner competed against Chelsea, Chong played at the Leasing.com Trophy 24 hours earlier.
In his first place in the team, Chong recently said, "It's all a learning experience and I really enjoy it.
"Training is another level now as well, and in any case, training and games are harder, things like that as you progress.
"But you're training and playing and you can do it, you're getting used to the pace of the game, and as I said, it was a good experience for us."