Juventus are reportedly lining up an ambitious double swoop on the Premier League for Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado and Manchester City playmaker David Silva.
The Serie A champions are in the market for a couple of marquee signings as they prepare to lose Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba this summer in addition to Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez.
Reports had heavily linked them with Blues midfielder Oscar, but the Brazilian has recently made it clear that he wants to stay at Stamford Bridge.
The Times now understands that Juve have turned their attention to his Chelsea teammate Cuadrado, who could be available after failing to make an impact in West London upon his January arrival.
The Colombian winger, a £26m signing from Fiorentina, made only four Premier League starts and failed to score, prompting speculation that he could return to Italy.
Cuadrado seems to be an attainable target, but Juve are setting their sights high if they feel that they can lure Silva away from City, where the Spaniard remains an indispensable player.
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