By Romeo Agresti
Fernando Felicevich, the agent of Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez, is set to fly to Italy for talks with Juventus and Inter, Goal.com understands.
The Chilean enjoyed a successful spell in Serie A with Udinese between 2006 and 2011, but left for Camp Nou for an undisclosed fee two years ago.
However, he has struggled with form and injuries since moving to Catalunya, scoring just twice in his 20 Liga appearances this season.
Last week Fabrizio Larini, Sanchez's former sporting director at Udinese, suggested the Chilean would be an "ideal" signing for Arsenal, but it appears a return to Italy is likely to happen this summer.
The Turin giants have been monitoring his situation for several months now as they look to bolster their front line, but could face competition from the Nerazzurri, who have joined the race for his signature in recent weeks.
Felicevich will also discuss the future of another of his clients, Bianconeri midfielder Arturo Vidal, who was confirmed as a €30 million [£25.4m] target for Bayern Munich by Goal.com last month.
However, there is also interest in the former Bayer Leverkusen man from the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, although the Chile international is determined to stay at Juventus Stadium.