Juventus have reportedly made contact with Hector Bellerin’s representatives over a shock move from Arsenal.
The Mirror claims Juve are keen on bringing the Spain international to Turin in a big-money deal.
The current Serie A champs lost Dani Alves to ambitious Paris Saint-Germain last summer.
And despite landing versatile full-back Mattia De Sciglio from AC Milan, Juve are yet to bring in a proper replacement.
It’s said that Bellerin’s people have already been talking to Italian chiefs.
But it’s too early to gauge whether a deal can be done, with the ace a key man at the Emirates.
Meanwhile, Roy Hodgson has dismissed claims he wants to bring Jack Wilshere to Crystal Palace.
The playmaker is fit again after a lengthy spell on the sidelines and needs regular football to seal a place at the 2018 World Cup with England.
Palace were said to be keen, but Hodgson can’t see a move happening, explaining: “We have never mentioned his name.
“I have got no idea where the name of Wilshere has come from, so where did you get it from? I will tell you who – his agent.”