The Italian champions want De Bruyne.
With limited opportunities at Chelsea, several sides have become interested in Kevin De Bruyne and now Juventus want the attacking midfielder, according to ITV.
The 22-year-old returned to Stamford Bridge this summer after successful loan spells with both Genk and Werder Bremen.
However, despite starting the first two Premier League matches of the season under returning manager Jose Mourinho, the Belgian has since fallen out of favour.
In fact Mourinho made De Bruyne train with the reserves recently and the starlet is at the bottom of a very talented list of options in the same position.
With Juan Mata back in the side and Oscar in startling form, the Belgium international now has five players ahead of the midfielder for a place in the Blues starting XI, with Eden Hazard, Andre Schurrle and Willian all preferred by the boss.
Borussia Dortmund, Wolfsburg Manchester United have shown interest in De Bruyne of late, but Juve have something of a record of resurrecting young players from England’s careers.
Just 12 months ago former Red Devils starlet Paul Pogba was convinced to leave Old Trafford for La Bianconeri and is now firmly established as a first team player.
De Bruyne could well look to the Frenchman’s story as inspiration, particularly when playing is important during a World Cup year.
The nation’s win over Croatia on Friday has seen Belgium qualify for the biggest international tournament for the first time since 2002 and with competition fierce, the attacking midfielder will need to be playing regularly to get a spot.