Juventus are back in the market for a striker after losing Alvaro Morata to injury and they have three possible targets.
The Italian champions secured the signature of Morata from Real Madrid for £15.8 million, fighting off potential competition from Arsenal and Liverpool.
But Juventus were dealt a cruel blow when the Spanish striker sustained a knee injury during his first training session at his new club.
Morata will be out of action for at least a month and the Old Lady are set to find a new striker to fill the gap.
Juventus are one of several clubs interested in Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, whose future remains up in the air after impressing last season on loan at Everton.
The main problem for Juventus in their pursuit of the Belgian is that they would be keen to agree a loan deal, but Chelsea don't seem open to a temporary move.
There may also be a significant obstacle in the form of Real Madrid, who are reportedly ready to table a £30 million bid if they can't get Radamel Falcao.
Reports suggest that Juventus have already approached former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o and tabled a provisional contract offer.
Eto'o is reportedly keen to stay in Europe but he is also weighing up a number of possibilities and his wage demands could be too big for Juve.
However, Manchester City appear to have ruled out the Montenegrin international moving on and a Turin transfer seems far-fetched, especially on the loan terms they have proposed.
It is believed that Juventus see Southampton striker in exile Pablo Daniel Osvaldo as the back-up plan.
Osvaldo spent the second half of last season on loan at Juventus after he attacked teammate Jose Fonte in a training session and was excluded from Southampton's squad.
The ex-Roma man failed to impress but his abilities are well known in Italy and Juventus may sense a potential bargain.
Tuttosport claims that Juventus director Beppe Marotta has set himself a seven-day deadline to track down a striker as the club look to finalise their squad for the new campaign.