Juventus are reportedly weighing up a player-plus-cash swap deal which would send Paulo Dybala to Liverpool and bring Mohamed Salah in the opposite direction.
The Italian champions are eager to bolster their squad again this summer following last season's £100m signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, and they have already secured a free transfer to bring in Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal.
However, director of sport Fabio Paratici is understood to have made Salah one of his top targets courtesy of the Egyptian's prolific form since joining Liverpool from Roma in 2017.
It would likely take close to a world-record fee for Liverpool to consider selling the 26-year-old, but Tuttomercatoweb claims that Juve are considering testing their resolve by including Dybala in the bargain.
The Reds are thought to be interested in the Argentine, who has been repeatedly linked with a move away from Turin this summer having scored just four goals in 25 Serie A appearances so far this term.
Juventus would still need to include cash as well as Dybala to match Liverpool's valuation of Salah, something the Old Lady are willing to do in order to coax the Reds into selling.
Salah has scored 64 goals in 91 appearances for Liverpool since his arrival at Anfield.