Carlo Ancelotti will take over as Bayern Munich boss this summer and he has a desire to bring in some new faces, including Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira.
The German international only joined the Bianconeri six months ago and has scored three goals in 14 games, with his true skill being expressed recently after recovering from an injury which kept him sidelined at the start of the season.
Juventus were drawn with the German giants in the second round of the Champions League, with the first leg to be played towards the end of February, but the Bundesliga club are hoping Khedira changes alliances before then.
According to German news outlet Tz, Bayern Munich are hoping to convince the Bianconeri to sell Khedira for a fee of €15 million and allow the World Cup winner to return to Germany.
Khedira appeared for Stuttgart until 2010 before moving to Spanish giants La Liga.
He won the Champions League and a Spanish league title with Los Blancos before transferring to Serie A, however it is unlikely he will leave the Juventus Stadium any time soon.
This won’t be the first business that Juventus have completed with Bayern, after they sold Arturo Vidal to them last summer.
Adapted from an article in La Gazzetta dello Sport by Elmar Bergonzini