Serie A champions Juventus have reportedly lined up not one but two Liverpool strikers as potential replacements for Mario Mandzukic, who is constantly being linked with a move away from Turin.
The Italian media suggest that 21-year-old Belgium international Divock Origi has emerged as Juventus’ number one target to replace the experienced Croatian striker, while the Old Lady are also keen on Daniel Sturridge should Belgian decide to stay at Anfield.
Origi broke into the first-team last term with a couple of compelling displays, but has found it difficult to break into the reckoning this season with the talented youngster yet to start a Premier League match.
His teammate Daniel Sturridge is also battling for a starting role with Roberto Firmino and Juventus are willing to offer him a route out of the club.
Juventus are believed to be on the lookout for reinforcements in attack with the 30-year-old Mandzukic reportedly unhappy with his role after the arrival of club record transfer Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli.
The Old Lady has lined up a couple of names as possible replacement with Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud also on the list alongside Liverpool duo.