New boss Max Allegri is set to change the style of play in Turin, with the former Milan coach set to revert to a four-man defence and use a trequartista behind the two strikers.
As a result, the Bianconeri are set to start the search for a new attacking midfielder and they are currently being linked with quite a few high-profile footballers.
And while Wesley Sneijder and Erik Lamela appear to be unrealistic targets, the three players currently in the mix are Roberto Pereyra, Javier Pastore and Adel Taarabt.
It remains to be seen whether PSG will be interested in selling the Argentine, but it is believed Adel Taarabt can be acquired for mere €7 million.
Udinese hotshot Roberto Pereyra was on club’s radar even before Antonio Conte’s shocking exit, and he seems to have impressed Allegri as well.