Juventus are set to end their interest in Milos Krasic after bolstering their attacking ranks elsewhere.
The Serie A giants were strong favourites to land Serbian winger Krasic, with the player admitting that he favoured a switch to Turin.
However, Juve saw a bid knocked back by CSKA Moscow and have opted to move for other targets as a result.
Simone Pepe has been drafted in from Udinese, while Jorge Martinez is set to join from Catania.
Davide Lanzafame, who is joint-owned by Juve and Palermo, is also set to take in the 2010/11 campaign at Stadio Olimpico.
That leaves the club well stocked for wide men and general director Giuseppe Marotta has hinted that a deal for Krasic is now unlikely.
He told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "Krasic? We made an offer to CSKA Moscow but it was not accepted. We have explored other options, with the last of those involving Lanzafame."
Marotta has, however, admitted that Juve remain keen on Hamburg's highly-rated frontman Eljero Elia.
"He is a great player and Hamburg value him very highly," he added.
He has also revealed that Martinez's prolonged move from Catania is nearing a conclusion.
"We expect that he will pass a medical and then we will sort everything out," he said.