The Italian champions want to sign Ramires.
Chelsea midfielder Ramires is the subject of interest from the recently crowned 2013/14 Italian champions Juventus, who have launched a €25m bid, according to Forza.
Juve have just won their third successive Serie A title and the club are already looking towards next season and how they can improve.
Although La Bianconeri have dominated domestic football in Italy for some time under head coach Antonio Conte, they have still failed in the European arena.
An exit from the group stage of the Champions League this term was made worse by then being eliminated from the Europa League in the semi-finals, losing to Benfica.
With strong interest in their midfield duo Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal as well, the Old Lady may have cause to strengthen in the middle this summer.
This is where Ramies comes in, with the 27-year-old having been in good form for the Blues again this campaign, playing 46 matches in all competitions.
Currently the Brazil international is serving a four game ban for elbowing Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson and will play no further part in the west Londoners’ season.
Manager Jose Mourinho has been largely disappointed with his squad since returning as boss at Stamford Bridge in 2013 and is expected to oversee an overhaul.
Whilst Ramires has been one of the better performers, a large enough offer would probably still convince Mourinho to sell, with the Brazilian having joined the club from Benfica in 2010 for €22m.
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