Serie A giants Juventus are reportedly contemplating a summer swoop to sign both Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Chelsea's Jorginho.
Pogba, 29, is expected to leave Old Trafford when his contract expires next month, with Juve believed to be leading the race for his signature due to a "gentlemen's agreement" between both parties.
Meanwhie, Jorginho, 30, will soon be entering the final year of his contract, which is believed to have alerted a number of clubs across Europe.
According to Gazetta dello Sport, Juve are eyeing a double raid to sign both Premier League stars this summer, and they have identified the pair as two marquee additions who would begin a 'revolution' at the club.
The report adds that Jorginho is the club's primary target, with Juve chief Federico Cherubini having already flown in to London to discuss the midfielder's future at Stamford Bridge.
Juventus are also understood to have held talks with Pogba's representatives and have tabled a three-year contract offer worth in the region of €7.5m (£6.3m) per year.
Pogba has scored just once and has provided nine assists in 27 appearances during an injury-hit 2021-22 campaign with United, while Jorginho has recorded nine goals and four assists in 46 games for Chelsea in all tournaments this term.