The club are keen to underline their re-emergence as a major force in the Italian game by making a high-profile signing at the end of the season
After successive seventh-placed finishes, Antonio Conte's men are currently second in Serie A, two points behind leaders AC Milan with two games in hand, and, according to Tuttosport, the club are keen to underline their re-emergence as a major force in the Italian game by making a high-profile signing.
Higuain has been repeatedly linked with a move to Turin but it is claimed that Chelsea are also set to rival Juve for the Real Madrid striker's services, while the Argentine's agent claimed earlier this month that his client will not leave the Santiago Bernabeu until los Blancos win the Champions League.
Meanwhile, Higuain's compatriot Lavezzi was tipped to join Inter during the January transfer window but Conte is now apparently hopeful of bringing the Napoli star to Juventus Stadium given the player's proven suitability to a 4-3-3 system.
The same goes for Nani, the Manchester United winger who remains a particular favourite of Bianconeri general director Giuseppe Marotta.
The Portugal international remains a key figure at Old Trafford, though, and Juve would be forced to pay in excess of €25 million to land the 25-year-old.
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