Tuttosport has suggested that Juventus are keen to lure back Domenico Berardi in addition to Simone Zaza this summer.
The Bianconeri have already recruited Paulo Dybala from Palermo, but given that the likes of Carlos Tevez, Alessandro Matri and Fernando Llorente could all leave, they are in the market for attacking reinforcements.
And while it is only a matter of time before Juventus exercise a €15 million buy-back clause for Simone Zaza, they also plan to resolve the co-ownership agreement with Sassuolo for Domenico Berardi.
According to reports, the Azzurri aim to receive around €15 million for their share in the player, but the Bianconeri will attempt to lower the asking price.
The negotiations between the two sides have already started and everything suggests an agreement will be reached eventually.
Both Zaza and Berardi had key roles to play for Sassuolo last term, scoring a total of 26 Serie A goals between them.