Portuguese daily newspaper A Bola is reporting that several top clubs are weighing up moves for Juventus striker Fernando Llorente.
The Bianconeri are determined to offload the Spaniard after signing no fewer than three forwards this summer, and a number of clubs have already made concrete moves.
FC Porto hope to sign Fernando Llorente as part of the deal taking Alex Sandro to Turin, but Real Madrid and Liverpool are out to spoil their plans.
The two European powerhouses hold the Spain international in high regard and they have been alerted by the news that he has become available for sale.
After struggling for playing time in his second season at Juventus, regular first team football may be a priority for the 30-year-old striker, although he is believed to be looking to return to La Liga.
Fernando Llorente joined the Bianconeri on a free transfer two years ago and went on to score 23 goals in 54 Serie A starts.