Juventus are lining up a shock move for unsettled Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.
The Italian champions are ready to test Liverpool's resolve over Suarez who tainted the image of the club last term after being found guilty of racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra.
The Serie A champions have been long-time admirers of Suarez and would love to lure him to Turin, according to the Mirror.
Juve have been encouraged by comments from their defender Martin Caceres, who plays alongside Suarez for Uruguay, that the Reds striker had quizzed him about life at the club.
Suarez was surprised by Kenny Dalglish's departure and Juve may be unsettled at Anfield after the arrival of Brendan Rodgers.
Rodgers made a point of contacting Suarez when he succeeded Dalglish and sees the 25-year-old as key to his plans.
Suarez has not signed a new deal at Liverpool and Juventus, who have also been linked with Arsenal's Robin van Persie, are ready to pounce although Liverpool are adamant that Suarez is not up for sale.