The Rossoneri boss Max Allegri is a big admirer of the player and he would love to be reunited with the 29-year-old having coached him at Cagliari.
Reaching an agreement with Juventus will be no easy task even if they are prepared to sell, but the most important thing is Matri is keen on a move to San Siro.
The experienced forward is aware his first team opportunities in Turin will be limited following the arrival of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente, and he would prefer to join a top European club.
Namely, with the 2014 World Cup just around the corner, Matri is hoping he can play himself back into the first team plans of Italy boss Cesare Prandelli.
The highly rated attacker only started 10 Serie A games last term, but he still managed to score no less than 8 goals in just over 1,000 minutes of football.