Juventus have reportedly reignited their interest in AC Milan and Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
The 20-year-old, who only has 19 months left on his contract with the Rossoneri, was heavily linked with a move to the Old Lady in 2016 but nothing came of it.
However, Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Juve are now tracking Donnarumma once again ahead of a potential move.
While Maurizio Sarri's side are thought to be prepared to make a cash-only offer, the report indicates that their preferred approach would be a cash-plus-player deal involving either Merih Demiral or Daniele Rugani.
Demiral, 21, has made just one appearance for Juve since joining from Sassuolo in the summer, while historical Milan target Rugani has firmly slipped down the pecking order at the Allianz Stadium this season and he is now considered surplus to requirements.
Donnarumma is seen by many at Juventus as the heir apparent to Gianluigi Buffon and someone who could be the club's number one keeper for the next decade or more.