Juventus are set to make a bid for Valencia’s David Silva, but expect competition from Barcelona for the Spanish winger.
Juve see the left-winger as the perfect replacement for Pavel Nedved, when the Czech Republic star retires in the summer.
An offer of between €16 million and €18 million will be made by the Serie A and it could be increased to €20 million, according to La Stampa.
Barcelona are also keen to strengthen in the summer and Silva, and team-mate David Villa, are reported to be targets for the Spanish league leaders.
With a contract that runs until 2013 and a salary of €2.5 million per year, Valencia might be forced to sell in order to help ease their financial problems.