The Man City attacker is no longer a nailed on starter for Pep Guardiola and Juventus, after a bad season, have got him as a transfer target.
Juventus have not had their best season in recent times. Cristiano Ronaldo and his men missed out on the title for the first time since 2011 and that means changes are needed.
In Turin, signings are expected, but the club’s financial situation will not allow big signings. Especially, bearing in mind that keeping Cristiano Ronaldo demands major sacrifices.
As well as talk of possible departures, there are also rumours on who could join the Italian giants.
The Brazilian attacker, untouchable for Guardiola in the past, lost his place as a nailed on starter in the Man City XI and his numbers dropped off in a season which saw him score just 14 goals and give four assists in 42 matches.
The former Palmeiras man is not the only candidate to bolster the Juventus attack. Other names mentioned include Dusan Vlahovic, Andrea Belotti, Mauro Icardi and someone Juve know well in Moise Kean.
Juve sold the academy player and they could now buy him back after his good performances for PSG, for a much greater amount. The priority, however, is to know what will happen with Cristiano Ronaldo.