The Italian champions are reportedly close to completing a massive double swoop for Dybala and Cavani.
Juventus are in the market for a striker with Tevez and Llorente both believed to be looking for a move away from the club. The Serie A winners are eyeing Arsenal target Paulo Dybala and Manchester United target Edinson Cavani to partner Alvaro Morata upfront.
According to reports in the Italian press, Juventus are close to agreeing mega money moves for both the strikers. It is believed that both the players will cost the club approximately A?60 million which will be funded from the money they will receive for their Champions League run this season.
Another report doing the rounds suggests that The Bianconeri have already agreed a deal to sign Palermo striker Paulo Dybala and the striker will put pen to paper, subject to a medical, and sign for Juventus come Monday.
Arsenal have been previously linked with a move for Dybala but it now seems that Juventus hold the edge over The Gunners. The Palermo forward is only 21-years old and has had a stellar season scoring 13 goals and providing 10 assists in the Serie A. The youngster will be a perfect partner for Morata and an apt replacement for the ageing Carlos Tevez.
On the other hand, Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has also been linked with a move to the Premier League. Manchester United are reportedly in for the strikera s signature as Van Gaal looks to strengthen his frontline. However, Juventus have also emerged as hot favourites to sign the Uruguayan. The former Napoli star has had a good season with PSG scoring 16 goals in Ligue 1 and 6 in the Champions League.