Turin giants look to snap up Old Trafford and White Hart Lane attackers.
Juventus are ready to splash the cash and are lining up audacious moves for Manchester United winger Nani and Tottenham midfielder Gareth Bale.
The Italian giants have recently signed a sponsorship deal with Korean company Hanwha Group and are ready to spend big as they look to challenge the big teams in Europe once again.
Juventus are currently top of Serie A and their new manager Antonio Conte is hoping to strengthen his squad and bring in some big name superstars.
Reports in Italian newspaper Tuttosport claim that Conte has met up with the Juventus board and has identified several targets he would like to bring to the club.
Both Nani and Bale have been outstanding for United and Tottenham respectively and it would take a vast sum of money for the duo to leave the Premier League.
Bale has already been strongly linked with a move to Inter Milan while Nani has also attracted interest from both Milan clubs.
After a few lean years, a season in Serie B, and two seasons without securing Champions League football but now the Turin side are back in business. The appointment of Antonio Conte as their new boss, after a few failed managerial choices, and the injection of transfer funds that led to top notch signings, have helped the Old Lady of Italian football to top spot in Serie A.
However that success does not mean they will find it easy to snap up players of this magnitude. Tottenham winger Gareth Bale has been targeted by a number of Europe’s elite and thus far the White Hart Lane wide man has been held on to by Messrs Levy and Redknapp. Factor in that the Welsh youngster is contracted until 2015 and it would take a pretty huge offer to make the North London consider selling the 22 year old.
If Tottenham fail to secure a top four spot then perhaps Harry Redknapp will worry about losing one or two of his big name performers but even then it seems that Bale is very happy at the club.
Nani found himself out of the Man United starting eleven towards the end of last season, he even missed out on a spot in the Champions League final starting eleven. This led to much speculation that Portuguese winger would look to leave Old Trafford. However this season has started well for the 24 year old who has been a virtual ever present.
Even though Sir Alex Ferguson has other wide options in the likes of Luis Antonio Valencia, Ashley Young and young Danny Welbeck, who has done a good job when employed as wide attacker, the Scot is unlikely to entertain bids for Nani.
Juventus would have to fork out at least £50m in today’s transfer market in order to snatch this duo and at present it seems it would be a big shock if the Italian giants managed to succeed in their reported moves for the pair.