Juventus are pondering a January move for Udinese full-back Pablo Armero, Tuttosport has revealed.
Despite signing Kwadwo Asamoah from the Zebrette in the summer to operate on the left side of a five-man midfield, Juventus are not giving up on Pablo Armero.
The Bianconeri aim to sign another left-sided midfielder in January and the Colombian remains high on their wish list.
Juventus were on the verge of signing Armero in the summer, but the Serie A champions were interested in a loan move, while Udinese wanted a co-ownership agreement.
As a result, the player remained at Friuli, but his status in the squad has changed a great deal since.
Despite being regarded as a key member of the side, Armero has started just 2 of 7 Serie A games this season, which could mean he will be available for sale come January transfer window.
Since joining the club from Palmeiras, the 25-year-old has made 61 Serie A appearances and scored 3 goals.