Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo could well have found his route out of the club, with the Daily Mail reporting Juventus are interested in the forward and want to offer him a swift return to Serie A.
Osvaldo joined Saints from Roma last summer but is currently unavailable for selection, after being suspended by the club for a training ground incident.
It was later revealed that he had a fight with fellow team mate Jose Fonte, which led to Saints taking swift action and issuing the Italian international with a two-week suspension.
Ever since the bust-up talk of a move away from the South Coast has been ripe, especially with interest coming from Italy.
Juventus' director general Beppe Marrota has talked up his side's interest in the player, quoted by the Daily Mail as saying: "We like him.
"He's liked by other teams, he is good player, but before buying we must sell."
This hint at needing to sell could allow striker Mirko Vucinic to join either Arsenal or Tottenham, with both North London clubs looking to strengthen in attack.
Southampton have made it clear that they want to keep hold of all their players, including stars Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana.
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