Arsenal star Hector Bellerin is wanted by Juventus in a stunning end-of-season raid.
The 22-year-old has struggled for most of the campaign after being targeted by old club Barcelona last year.
He wanted to quit the Emirates and join the Catalan side, but was told by boss Arsene Wenger he had to stay.
The Spanish ace is now being eyed by the Italian champions to become their new long-term right-back.
Juventus would also include ex-Tottenham goalkeeper Pau Lopez in the deal, according to Tuttosport.
The Old Lady have been sending scouts to watch Bellerin since he started to make name for himself back in 2014.
It is claimed they tried to sign him last year, but were put off by his £40m asking price at the time.
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The ex-Watford loanee first broke into the Arsenal team in 2013 after joining from the Barcelona academy.
He has gone on to make 112 Premier League appearances for the club, and score six goals.
The full-back has also played three times for the Spanish national side, along with caps for their youth teams.
Gunners boss Wenger will almost certainly reject any approach for Bellerin next summer.