Italian champions Juventus are keen to use their upcoming Champions League meeting with Monaco to discuss a possible summer move for Manchester United loanee Radamel Falcao, according to reports from Tuttosport.
The Colombian is currently at Old Trafford on a season-long basis, and despite there being a £43.5m clause in place to make his stay permanent, the Red Devils are looking unlikely to exercise it due to the 29-year-old having notched just four goals this term.
Falcao himself is understood to have accepted that he will not be staying at the Theatre of Dreams, which has alerted Juve.
The Old Lady drew Monaco in the last eight of the Champions League earlier this week, and are plotting to use their double-header with the Ligue 1 side to thrash out a deal with the Principality side for the ex-Atletico Madrid man.
Falcao himself is ready to leave the Stade Louis II this summer despite having spent just one season with the Mediterranean outfit.