Italian daily La Gazzetta dello Sport understands that Juventus are readying January bid for Parma winger Jonathan Biabiany.
The Bianconeri seriously reinforced their attack in the summer, having signed Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente, but they have failed to add another wide player to their ranks.
Juventus officials were working hard on signing Camilo Zuniga from Napoli, but the Colombian eventually opted to remain at Stadio San Paolo.
Nevertheless, they are hoping to make things right in the January window, with Parma’s Jonathan Biabiany currently the number one target.
Given that his current club are not playing in European competitions, the Frenchman could be added to Juventus’ Champions League squad, and there is every chance he will be arriving in Turin.
Biabiany, 25, has shown a great deal of potential at Ennio Tardini and the fact he can successfully play on either wing in Antonio Conte’s preferred 3-5-2 and 4-3-3 formations make him a perfect signing.