Juventus will not give up on Wolfsburg striker Edin Dzeko.
The Bianconeri missed out on the chance to sign the Bosnian hitman during the summer after the Germans resisted offers.
Old Lady director general Giuseppe Marotta admitted he regretted not being able to sign the striker, recently claiming: "We did all we could for Dzeko."
But hopes are not dashed. Wolfsburg are keen on Mohammed Sissoko and thus Juventus will offer them the Malian midfielder, who no longer seems part of Luigi Del Neri's plans, and €20million, in exchange for Dzeko.
Juventus have eyed Real Madrid's Lassana Diarra and Fiorentina ace Riccardo Montolivo if Sissoko leaves the club. Such a move could develop in January, according to Tuttosport.
However, Juve face competition from Inter, who also want Montolivo, but the midfielder is pondering a five-year extension with the Viola.