Juventus have reportedly offered midfielder Adrien Rabiot to Tottenham Hotspur as part of a deal which would see Christian Eriksen head to Turin.
The Dane, whose contract expires at the end of this season, was strongly linked with a move away from North London over the summer, with Real Madrid said to be frontrunners for his signature.
However, it was also claimed towards the transfer deadline that Juventus were preparing a last-ditch attempt to sign Eriksen.
According to Le10Sport, Juventus are willing to use Rabiot, who has been used sparingly under Maurizio Sarri, as a makeweight in a deal to land Eriksen.
Reports have suggested that Rabiot was already considering his Juventus future, despite joining as a free agent over the summer.
While Spurs would prefer to sell in January, Juventus may well hold out until the summer to sign Eriksen for free, just like they did with midfielders Rabiot, Aaron Ramsey and Emre Can.