Juventus are enjoying a fantastic season as they sit top of Serie A, 19 points clear and are yet to taste defeat in the league.
But it’s safe to say, dominating in the Champions League is the club’s main aim at the moment.
However, they face an uphill battle in order to progress to the quarter-finals as they will need to overturn a 2-0 first leg defeat to Atletico Madrid next week.
And the Italian side are already forming a back-up plan for next season if their European run does hit the rocks on Tuesday.
That’s because, Juventus are on the hunt for one or two names they can add to their squad in the summer who knows what it takes to succeed in the Champions League.
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And AS have been informed by Italian reports that one of those targets is Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos who has had his hands on the prestigious piece of silverware on four occasions.
It seems the defender will be leaving the club after this season as Madrid look to offload a whole host of players in order to put their recent woes behind them.
Ramos was involved in a row with club president Florentino Perez after they were knocked out of Europe this week.
And to make matters worse, former boss Jose Mourinho looks set to replace under-fire Santiago Solari in the dug-out, a move that may not go down well with the club captain.
Ramos didn’t get along very well with the Portuguese manager so his likely return to the Bernabeu could prove to be the final straw.
If the move was to happen, the Madrid skipper will be sharing the pitch with former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo, who left the Spanish giants for the Old Lady last summer.
And it seems the reunion won’t be stopping there as reports also suggest Juventus are also keeping tabs on Marcelo too.
The full-back hasn’t featured since last month and lack of game time could push him further into the arms of Juventus.
The trio have 13 Champions League titles between them and the Serie A table toppers will be doing their utmost to get them together again at the Allianz Stadium next season.News Now - Sport News