Juventus are set to reignite their interest in Liverpool striker Luis Suarez and will enquire about the forward this week according to The Daily Mail.
The Uruguay international has been a controversial figure since joining the Merseyside club in January 2011, with excellent performances on the pitch counter-acted by a racism scandal and indiscipline.
Despite this, Suarez has grabbed the limelight with skilful displays and some outstanding goals for the Reds and is attracting attention from abroad.
Juventus, fresh from winning the Serie A title in 2011-12, are keen to add a top-drawer attacker to their already star-studded squad this summer, as Antonio Conte prepares for a return to the Champions League next term.
Although the Bianconeri are also keeping tabs on Arsenal’s Robin van Persie and Napoli’s Edinson Cavani, a move for Suarez could potentially be made, and an enquiry will be made this week.
By Gareth McKnight