Turin-based Tuttosport understands that Juventus are keeping close tabs on Livorno striker Paulinho.
Despite being spoilt for choices up front, the Bianconeri continue to monitor talented forwards in Serie A and Serie B, which has proved to be a great strategy of late.
As a result, the Old Lady still own at least 50% of the players like Manolo Gabbiadini, Simone Zaza, Ciro Immobile and Richmond Boakye.
Meanwhile, they are showing interest in Brazilian forward Paulinho, who has largely impressed at Livorno last season.
The 27-year-old scored 22 goals in 45 Serie B matches last term, helping his side gain promotion to the top flight.
He has managed to attract interest from Juventus in the process, with Bianconeri prepared to make a move if the player proves his worth in the elite division.
Paulinho has spent much of his career at Armando Picchi, while enjoying loan spells at Grosseto and Sorrento.