Serie A side want Stamford Bridge skipper.
Juventus are reportedly keen on signing Chelsea captain John Terry according to Sports Direct News.
The Serie A title holders has recently been linked with interest from AS Monaco and Galatasaray and the experienced centre-back will be out of contract this summer and the chance for the one-club-man to consider a fresh challenge may be all the more tempting if by January no new Chelsea contract offer if forthcoming.
Jose Mourinho has picked John Terry regularly thus far this season, the 32 year old starting all 11 Premier League fixtures this term, though the Chelsea manager is also said to be tracking French youngster Eliaqium Mangala as a potential long term replacement.
Chelsea policy is to offer players over 30 years of age only one year rolling extensions and if Conte can offer John Terry more long term security then a move to Turin may be even more enticing.
Terry is into his 16th season in the West London club’s first team set-up and has made a total of 587 appearances for Chelsea, helping them to just about every major honour available to the Premier League club in the process.