Juventus are eyeing an incredible move for Andres Iniesta.
The Barcelona star has just one year to run on his Nou Camp contract but has yet to agree terms on a new deal.
And, according to reports in Italy, the Old Lady are ready to pounce should the talks over an extension stall.
Iniesta, 33, has spent his whole career with Los Cules, winning eight La Liga titles and four Champions Leagues.
Barca chiefs are actively looking for a long-term replacement for the Spain international, with Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho high on their wishlist.
And the club are treating Lionel Messi’s contract renewal with more importance.
But Juventus boss Max Allegri still views Iniesta as the best midfielder in the world.
And the Italian champions believe they can lure him to Serie A – like they did with Dani Alves last summer.
The Brazilian right-back has been a revelation in Italy this season with outgoing Barca boss Luis Enrique criticising boardroom figures for letting him go for free.
Juventus believe Iniesta would prove to be a big a hit in Turin.
The Champions League finalists have had great success in recruiting players in the twilight of their careers in recent years.
Alves netted a crucial strike in their semi-final clash with Monaco earlier this month.
And Italy legend Andrea Pirlo enjoyed some of his best years when he joined in 2011, aged 32, after being written off by AC Milan.
If they can similarly rejuvenate Iniesta they will have another asset on their hands.
The former World and European champion has struggled for form and fitness this season, scoring just once in 36 appearances.