Juventus are looking to bolster their attacking department by adding Atalanta striker Robert Acquafresca to their ranks.
According to Puntosport.net, the Genoa-owned hitman is being followed by the Old Lady, who could make a move for him during the winter transfer window.
Acquafresca arrived in Genoa in the summer from Inter as part of the Thiago Motta - Diego Milito deal. However, he was sent on loan to the Orobici, where he has failed to make an impact.
It is said Juve have been following him for quite some time and they see him as an ideal replacement for David Trezeguet, who could leave the club at the end of the season.
Injuries have hampered the Italian Under-21 international, but Juve are hoping he gets back to his best before making a decision on whether to land him.
Atalanta clash with Juve on Saturday night.
Neither club have added any substance to the report.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com