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 servicesJuventus are readying a proposal to land Sevilla defender Martin Caceres in January, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
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.