Stuttgart midfielder Zdravko Kuzmanovic has fuelled reports linking him with a Juventus move by admitting he would struggle to turn the Serie A giants down if they came knocking.
Juve are thought to be lining up a January swoop for the Serbian, who is contracted to Stuttgart until 2013.
While Kuzmanovic has previously stressed he is happy in Germany, he admits moving to Turin would be "a dream".
The 24-year-old, who spent two seasons with Fiorentina before joining Stuttgart in 2009, is yet to receive any concrete offers from Juve but says he is keen to return to Italian football.
He told Tuttosport: "Certainly it would be a dream. Who wouldn't want to play for such a big and charming side as the Bianconeri?
"Up to now, my agent has not received any offers but you cannot say no to Juventus.
"I have said many times that I want to come and play in Italy. The two seasons I spent with Fiorentina were important for me and for my growth as a player.
"Now, after my experience in the Bundesliga, I want to try again in Italian football to see how I grew up.
"Doing it with Juventus would be great but I repeat - for now they are just rumours."