Juventus are trailing Club Brugge's young winger Maxime Lestienne, reports Russian newspaper Izvestia.
21-year-old Lestienne has made 84 appearances for Blauw-Zwart scoring 27 times, after signing from Belgian outfit Mouscron in 2010.
Juventus, currently third in Serie A, are considering a bid of around €10million for the Brugge youngster and that should be enough to lure him to Italy.
Club Brugge meanwhile, who fought off competition from Everton and PSV Eindhoven when signing Lestienne in 2010, occupy second place in Belgium's Jupiler League.
Lestinne is currently serving a six-month international football ban after he was accompanied back to is hotel room by a woman, breaking the Belgian FA's code of conduct.
However, Juventus aren't the only team interested in the 21-year-old and could face stiff competition from Zenit St Petersburg.
But Juve, who have won the Italian title for the last two seasons, would prove the more attraction option for Lestienne if they make their move in January.
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