Bianconeri monitoring defender’s contract situation.
Juventus are reportedly planning to sign Chelsea defender John Terry if he doesn’t renew his contract with the Premier League side.
The 32-year-old’s current deal is set to expire at the end of the season, and as of yet there hasn’t been any progress in negotiations over a new contract.
As a result, according to calcionews24, Juve are monitoring the situation and will hope to sign him on a free transfer if he is unsuccessful in extending his stay in London, as reported by Football Italia.
However, it is expected that the Serie A giants will have competition for his signature as it was reported earlier this week that Galatasaray were also interested in offering Terry a deal.
Nevertheless, Juve have made a habit of signing top players on free transfers with the likes of Paul Pogba, Andrea Pirlo and Fernando Llorente all arriving on Bosman deals.
It is unclear at this stage as to how much playing time Terry would have in Turin though, with the reigning Serie A champions possessing a number of Italian internationals in that position.
Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli currently play in a back-three, while the club also signed Angelo Ogbonna from rivals Torino last summer.
However, according to reports it is assumed that coach Antonio Conte still feels he needs cover if they are to compete on three fronts again next season.
Despite the speculation, it remains to be seen whether Terry can agree on a new deal with his current employers, after long-time team-mate Frank Lampard went through a similar situation last summer before agreeing a one-year extension.