Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport understands that Spanish striker Fernando Llorente could be returning to Juventus this summer.
The Spain international had spent two very successful seasons in Turin before he was forced to leave the club, but having since struggled at Sevilla, he would jump at the opportunity to return to Juventus.
Los Rojiblancos seem ready to cash in on the experienced forward, but he wants to wait and see whether there is a place for him in Turin before considering other offers.
The recent reports suggest Llorente may be onto something seeing as how the Bianconeri officials appreciate his qualities on and off the pitch and may ask him to return if Simone Zaza leaves.
Juventus have already stayed without Alvaro Morata, while the Italian striker is hoping to leave in search of first team football.
Zaza is currently followed by Wolfsburg, who are desperately looking for a new striker, while a number of Premier League clubs are also keen.