Werder Bremen ace Diego is not the only one on the Juventus hitlist, as the club are preparing a summer move for Udinese striker Fabio Quagliarella.
Tuttosport claims the 26-year-old Napoli-born hitman will be the subject of much interest from the Turin-based club, as they attempt to move in for him.
The report suggests that Juve have already begun talks with the Friuli-based side, in order to muscle their way in ahead of the competition. However, there is still a long way to go before there is any certainty as to whether the Italian international will be moving to the Olimpico.
As part of the deal, Juventus may be willing to offer Michele Paolucci's rights to Udinese. Paolucci is jointly owned by both clubs but Juve are ready to give their share in the player, plus a substantial amount of cash to Pasquale Marino's outfit in return for the player.
Quagliarella has been enjoying good form this term and there have been several reports claiming Juve were watching him in action during his brilliant show against Werder Bremen in the UEFA Cup on Thursday.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com