Chelsea and Manchester City will face stiff competition from Juventus for Edinson Cavani's signature in the summer.
The Napoli frontman is set to be one of the most sought-after players on the market when the transfer window opens at the end of the season.
Until now only Roberto Mancini's side and Chelsea were thought to be in the race for his services. But, according to reports in Italian newspaper La Stampa, the Turin side is set to make the bidding war a three-horse race and offer the Uruguayan the chance to stay in Italy.
Juve have been in impressive form this season in Serie A and are set to battle AC Milan for the title but they have drawn too many games this campaign, 14 in total, and are on the hunt for a new striker.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has repeatedly stated that Cavani will only be sold for a staggering fee, with the sum of £80m being one of the most recent figures mooted.
But that has not put off Juve and manager Antonio Conte has asked his directors to look at the possibility of signing the 25-year-old.