Italian champions Juventus are preparing to make attempt for former Manchester United and Everton target Kevin Strootman.
The Dutch international is starting to find his best form again for current club Roma after a sustained spell out with a knee injury.
Calciomercato are reporting that, despite signing a new long-term contract with the club at the end of last season, Juventus are ready to revive their interest in the 27-year-old Dutch midfielder.
Both Premier League clubs Manchester United and Everton have been linked with the creative midfielder in the past but Strootman has so far rejected any potential move to England.
Strootman was heavily linked with the Red Devils when Louis Van Gaal became the boss in summer of 2014. The Dutch manager knew him very well but failed to bring him at Old Traford.
The 27-year-old midfielder has played in seven of games in all competition for Roma so far this and has earned rave reviews for his performances this season.
Kevin Strootman signed for Roma in summer of 2013 from the Dutch giants PSV for a reported €17m transfer fee. He played in 89 games so far and scored 12 goals for the club.