Cristiano Ronaldo's future at Juventus has become a source of speculation following the Bianconeri's failure to defend their Serie A title, with many believing that the striker will leave the club - especially if they fail to qualify for the Champions League next season.
According to ilBianconeri, the club management have already identified replacements if Ronaldo does leave and are targeting two players who currently play in France, though nothing is certain as yet.
The first player is long-term target, Arkadiusz Milik, who was understood to be sporting director, Fabio Paratici first choice last summer and was once again mentioned regarding a potential arrival in January.
Milik instead went on to join Olympique Marseille and with the club failing to qualify for the Champions League, they reportedly would be willing to sell the Polish international for a fee in the region between €12 and €15million.
The second target is a familiar one for Juventus fans considering that he came through the youth ranks at the club. Moise Kean. The 21-year-old emerged as a teenage sensation and despite a few good performances was sold to Everton in 2019 and now is currently on a season long loan at Paris Saint-Germain.
However, it has been reported that the striker is keen to leave Everton which could mean that Juventus could try to bring him back on loan with an obligation to buy, or perhaps in an exchange deal that might include Turkish defender, Merih Demiral.