Juventus are looking into a possible January move for Manchester United midfielder Donny van Beek, a report from Calciomercato claims.
The Dutchman made the move from Ajax to Old Trafford last summer, but he has since failed to command a starting place in the Premier League.
There are no signs that he could head for an early exit, but reports claim that the Bianconeri are keeping a close eye on his situation.
While United have no plans to offload him, it is claimed that the Bianconeri could test their resolve by paying in excess of £40m for his services.
Van de Beek has managed just 88 minutes of Premier League football. His agent has admitted his frustration over the player’s reduced gametime.
With the congested festive schedule ahead, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is bound to rotate his players and Van de Beek may finally earn his maiden league start.
He has bagged one goal this term which came during the 3-2 defeat to Crystal Palace in the first Matchday of the Premier League campaign.