Juventus have reignited their interest in Chelsea midfielder Ramires according to reports, and are hopeful that they can sign him this month.
The Serie A champions have lost Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo this summer, and have been in the process of strengthening their squad in order to defend their crown.
While they have already brought in the likes of Sami Khedira and Paulo Dybala, boss Max Allegri is seemingly still not yet content with the options that he has at his disposal.
As a result, after failing in their bid to sign Oscar and with both Mario Gotze and Julian Draxler proving to be tricky, they may have switched their attention back towards Ramires.
According to the Evening Standard, with the 28-year-old increasingly becoming a fringe player at Stamford Bridge, it could spark his desire to move on and find a new challenge.
The Brazilian has two years remaining on his contract and although Jose Mourinho rates his versatility highly, it may well be time to let him go with Juve looking for either a loan or permanent deal.