The Old Lady have reportedly made the first move for the Uruguayan defender, as they attempt to distinguish the threat of Paris Saint-Germain joining the race for his services
According to the publication, the Turin outfit are ready to present the Andalusians with an official bid for the 24-year-old, as they aim to recapture his signature after he previously spent the 2009-10 campaign with the Old Lady.
The offer would see Juventus pay out €3 million to acquire Caceres immediately on loan, before splashing out a further sum of €7m in June to tie him down on a permanent basis.
It is believed that they have decided to make their interest in the versatile stopper concrete before Paris Saint-Germain potentially ignite a transfer tug-of-war with a lucrative proposal of their own.
Caceres featured at right-back in Sevilla's 6-2 thrashing at the hands of Real Madrid in La Liga on Saturday.