Juventus are planning a massive bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
The Mirror says the England skipper would form a formidable attack with Cristiano Ronaldo in a bid to finally win the Champions League.
But the Italians will face competition from Premier League giants Manchester United and Manchester City.
Kane, who is currently recovering from a hamstring strain, is under contract with Tottenham until 2024 on a £200,000-a-week deal.
However Spurs, down in eighth in the Premier League, will pass another season without winning a trophy and face a big overhaul under Jose Mourinho.
Juventus again lead Serie A under Maurizio Sarri but are seeking to rejuvenate their attack next season. Mauro Icardi, on loan at Paris Saint-Germain is their No.1 target, but Inter Milan are reluctant to sell to a scudetto rival.
The Italian giants would then try to lure Kane, 26, away from his boyhood club with an offer of €150m (£134million), says Tuttosport.
Juventus would be willing to include Paulo Dybala, who held talks with Tottenham and Manchester United last summer, in any deal.