Juventus have shortlisted two possible left backs, as Patrice Evra edges closer and closer to the exit door in Turin.
35-year-old Evra has been linked with a move away from the Serie A giants for a while now. With news that a potential move to his former club Manchester United and offers from La Liga, Juventus have decided the time is right to look for possible replacements.
In a report for Calciomercato, Fabrizio Romano has highlighted AC Milan's Mattia De Sciglio as coach Massimo Allegri's number one target.
Juve's Sporting Director Paratici and CEO Marotta are both fans of the Italian international, mainly down to his ability to play left and right-back.
However, a move for the 24-year-old will prove to be very tricky and The Old Lady may have to wait until summer to ensure they get their man.
If Alegri decides he can't wait until summer, he has lined up Schalke defender Sead Kolasinac as another option.
The Bosnian international's contract runs out in the summer and Juve believe they'll be able to strike up a deal with the 23-year-old's current club and bring him to Italy this month.
Juve are currently top of Serie A and four points clear of Roma in second. Having dominated Italy for a number of years, many expect them to stay in first for the remainder of the season.
Frenchman Evra has proved a success in Turin, signed for £1.2m in 2014 the 35-year-old has played over 50 times for the club and has made himself a favourite with the fans.
Unfortunately, the former Monaco man has grown frustrated at his lack of game time. The club's intent to go and sign a new left-back has surely now all but confirmed the Frenchman's exit.