Old Lady want their former centre-back to further strengthen their team following the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo
Juventus could beat Manchester United to the signing of their former defender Leonardo Bonucci.
The 31-year-old left joined AC Milan last summer for £35.1million but is now set to quit the San Siro.
The Italian wants to play Champions League football again and Manchester United and PSG have both made offers for him.
However, according to Sky Italia, Juventus have also emerged as contenders to sign Bonucci.
The Italian champions are said to have made preliminary contact with the centre-back and he is open to returning to Turin.
An initial suggestion for a deal is a straight swap that would see Mattia Caldara go the other way.
Milan are fans of the 24-year-old centre-back, who impressed last season on loan at Atalanta.
A straight swap could now occur involving Caldara and Bonucci, however both Juve and Milan believe cash is needed to top up the deal.