Juventus have recalled midfielder Yago Falque from his loan spell with Bari, the club have confirmed.
Ciro Ferrara's midfield crisis has prompted him to take a significant step in his attempts to fill the cracks.
Mohammed Sissoko's absence, injuries to Mauro Camoranesi and Christian Poulsen, as well as Tiago's loan move to Atletico Madrid have seen the Old Lady jump on the market.
A statement on their official website reads:
"Yago returns to Juventus. The midfielder, who arrived last year from Barcelona, has returned. He spent last season with the Primavera before being loaned out to Bari in the summer."
Meanwhile, Sky Sport Italia claim Michele Paolucci is set for a return to Juve.
The knock on effect of that move means Siena are now looking to sign Marcelo Zalayeta from Bologna as an alternative to the Italian hitman.
Paolucci joined Siena on a co-ownership deal from Juve in the summer.