Juventus is said to have stumbled onto Wilfried Zaha as it continues to look for exciting new opportunities.
The 30-year-old gained notoriety while playing with Crystal Palace's Glaziers and guiding them to Premier League promotion. He was the final player Sir Alex Ferguson, the late manager of Manchester United, signed in 2013.
Despite the unfavourable outcome of his stint at Old Trafford, he eventually went back to Palace in 2014 and has remained there ever since.
However, the Ivory Coast international has been in terrific form recently, catching the eye of numerous elite teams.
Domestic and international teams are lining up to sign the versatile striker, whose contract expires at the end of the current campaign.
The Bianconeri and Roma are both in the running, but they'll be up against stiff competition from Premier League teams and Barcelona, according to TuttoJuve.
According to the source, Zaha hasn't decided whether he wants to leave England or not, but Juventus would be an alluring option if they could guarantee him Champions League play in the upcoming season.
The former Man United player can operate as a centre forward or as a left winger in an attacking trident.
He is one of the select few athletes to have played at the senior level for two distinct national teams. He participated in two friendly for England before switching to the Ivory Coast after being passed over by the Three Lions between 2013 and 2017.