Patrice Evra could be set to follow Nemanja Vidic out of Manchester United this summer with Juventus among the frontrunners to sign him.
According to reports in French newspaper Le 10 Sport, Juventus are ready to offer the United defender a route to Italy once his contract expires at Old Trafford.
Evra is out of contract at the end of the season, and he's also been linked with Paris Saint Germain and AS Monaco.
Juventus are believed to view the 32-year-old attacking full-back as the perfect fit for Antonio Conte's 3-5-2 system. It's a formation that requires full-backs comfortable with getting forward.
Earlier this week, United captain Vidic announced his intention to leave the club at the conclusion of the current campaign.
He's also been linked with a move to Italy - Inter Milan are thought to be tracking him - and he's unlikely to be the only player ushered out under David Moyes.
Many believe Moyes will instigate something of a clear out at Old Trafford this summer, with several players potentially shown the exit door.
Nani, Rio Ferdinand, Shinji Kagawa and Rafael are all also candidates to leave the club at the end of the season.