Italian champions Juventus are looking at a number of high-profile midfielders at the moment, according to Tuttosport.
The Bianconeri will have to recruit at least two central midfielders in the January window considering that Mario Lemina and Kwadwo Asamoah are set to take part at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, whereas Hernanes is widely expected to leave.
And while Axel Witsel and Blaise Matuidi remain their top targets, Juventus officials are also exploring other avenues.
The Bianconeri appear to be keen on Genoa hotshot Tomas Rincon, who could be exchanged for the Rossoblu target Hernanes.
Meanwhile, Juventus are also keeping close tabs on Ajax star Davy Klaassen and Lyon youngster Corentin Tolisso. The interesting thing is that both players were on Napoli radar and they rejected the opportunity to join the Azzurri.
Juventus coach Max Allegri looks set to shake up his midfield options in the January window, with at least two new players set to arrive.