The Italian champions are looking to add depth to their strike force during this month’s transfer window and have been linked with a host of forwards.
Juventus are said to have looked into a number of low-cost options, including Graziano Pelle, Fabio Quagliarella, Gianluca Scamacca and Arkadiusz Milik.
And now, Bayern Munich’s 19-year-old centre-forward Zirkzee has emerged as an option for the Old Lady, according to Italian outlet Calciomercato.com.
The Netherlands Under-21s international is keen to secure regular first team football and the Bavarians are prepared to let him leave this month.
Premier League side Everton have held talks in a bid to take Zirkzee to Goodison Park, but have not found an agreement with Bayern Munich so far.
Juventus’ league rivals Parma are also interested in acquiring the services of Zirkzee and have even guaranteed him a starting role at the club.
While Bianconeri cannot offer the regular football that Parma can, they can hand the youngster more playing time than he is getting at Bayern Munich currently.
Juventus could look to land Zirkzee on an 18-month loan contract should they decide to pursue a deal for the striker.