Arsenal has been linked with a move for Wojciech Szczesny as Juventus looks to sign AC Milan’s Gigi Donnarumma.
The former Italian champions are keen to add the Milan contract rebel to their team when the transfer window reopens.
However, Tutto sport via Milan Live says Juve has to sell Szczesny first before they can land a new goalie.
The Pole’s salary is too much for him to play a backup role in Turin and it says he has interest from teams in the Premier League.
Szczesny came through the ranks at Arsenal before he left the Gunners for Juve permanently in 2017.
The Gunners have faced goalkeeper problems in this campaign, with Bernd Leno continuing to show inconsistent form.
They kept the German instead of Emi Martinez in the summer and that decision has looked like a poor one so far.
While Martinez thrives at Aston Villa, Leno has had an indifferent season at the Emirates.
Szczesny has also seen his Juve team struggle in this campaign and he didn’t win the league title for the first time since he moved to Turin.
The report says Juve expects to make around 20m euros when they eventually sell him.