Juventus are keeping tabs on Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey, reports Sky Sport Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.
The 36-time Serie A champions are looking for alternatives should Adrien Rabiot decide against extending his contract.
Partey is on their radar, and the Ghana international would be keen on the move.
The Arsenal star could be sold this summer, and he is not short of suitors.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Saudi clubs are prepared to bid €40 million in three instalments for the 30-year-old.
However, nothing has been agreed yet with the former Atletico Madrid star.
Partey could be keen to remain in Europe, and Juventus are offering him that chance.
Arsenal could also decide to hold on to the Ghanaian if a move for West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice falls through.
Manchester City have joined the Gunners in the race for the England international star, and the Champions League champions could be ready to offer more for his services.
Arsenal are also keeping tabs on other midfielders, with Brighton & Hove Albion star Moises Caicedo and Southampton’s Romeo Lavia on their radar.
Partey was a solid player for the North London giants last season, playing a key role as they fought for the Premier League title.
However, the club appear open to selling him and Granit Xhaka, but Jorginho could be kept despite being linked with Lazio.
Arsenal may have to wait to get their hands on their midfield targets before making a decision on Partey.
Selling him without first getting a replacement could prove to be disastrous, and sporting director Edu is unlikely to take such a gamble.