Roma striker Edin Dzeko is the primary target for Juventus and manager Andrea Pirlo.
Sky Sport has reported this evening that despite the interest in the ex-Wolfsburg man, the Bianconeri have not yet formulated an official offer for the player.
Meanwhile, the Bosnian has not expressed a desire to want to leave the Giallorossi, whom he joined from Manchester City in the summer of 2015 for a fee of €15 million.
Since arriving, Dzeko has become one of the most prominent goalscorers in the Giallorossi’s entire history, having bagged 106 goals and 50 assists in 222 appearances in all competitions for the club.
Roma boss Paulo Fonseca has been very outspoken about the important of Dzeko, who acquired the captain’s armband in January after the departure of Alessandro Florenzi.