The Brazil forward has also been heavily linked with a move to Tottenham, but the Bianconeri are reportedly leading the chase and are said to have recently had a €20 million (£17.2m) offer turned down.
Damiao’s representative, Vinicius Prates, has now confirmed that Juve remain very keen on signing the 22-year-old.
"I met with leaders of Juventus, but there's nothing official,” he told Tuttosport. “We just talked.
“It’s normal that big teams want the boy; they have called me from all over Europe, including Real Madrid.
“[But] Juventus are a great club and it would be an honor for Leandro to play for them.
“It depends on making a deal with his club. [But] it’s still possible that next season the boy can play in Italy.”
Indeed, Prates confirmed that Juve are not the only Serie A side chasing Damiao.
"I confirm that the three main Italian teams are interested in our striker,” he said, before adding that Internacional want €30m (£25.8m) for their starlet.
Damiao is considered one of the most promising young strikers in South America and has already been capped four times by the Brazilian national team.
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