Juventus are thought to be preparing a stunning move for Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao in the near future, according to the Daily Express.
The Old Trafford club were revealed to be interested in making their move for Falcao permanent earlier on Sunday evening.
They will have to pay £44 million to secure his signature on a permanent basis.
However, Juve are hoping to swoop in and take advantage of any concern on the part of Man Utd about his long term fitness, as initially reported by Italian outlet La Gazzetta Sportiva.
While Falcao has played the majority of Man Utd’s games over the festive period, he previously struggled with a series of injuries.
Louis van Gaal will likely be keen to ensure his fitness is up to scratch over the next few months before committing such a huge sum.
With two contrasting reports, it is not clear which way Falcao’s future lies.
Juve are particularly keen on a move if they lose Paul Pogba, who could move for a staggering £70 million.