Sevilla forward Luis Fabiano has not ruled out a move to Serie A next season, despite the collapse of his switch to AC Milan.
Juventus are reportedly interested in bringing the Brazilian to Turin next summer as a replacement for David Trezeguet, who revealed he will retire at the end of the season.
Following a drawn-out transfer saga between Milan and Sevilla, Fabiano was disappointed that a move could not be negotiated between the two clubs, but his agent said there were still hopes of fresh developments.
"The market closed last week and it seems absurd to talk about transfers now," Fabiano's representative Jose Fuentes told Corriere dello Sport.
"However, if there is an interest from an Italian club then we will sit down and listen.
"We have not had any direct contact with Juventus so far, but it is an honour that such an important club is interested in Luis.
"Fabiano was disappointed when the Milan move collapsed. For now he will not be speaking about the transfer market unless there is something concrete.
"He wants to do well with Sevilla and with the national team. Whoever wants him will have to get in contact with Sevilla first and then speak to me."