Juve reportedly set their sights on Atletico's captain
- Although Juventus has brought Leonardo Bonucci back, they are allegedly targeting another central defender
- Atletico Madrid's experienced centre-back Diego Godin is said to have attracted interest from the Old Lady
- The player's minimum release clause is claimed to be €20 million
According to Calciomercato, Juve may strengthen their central defence by bringing the Uruguayan international Diego Godin who's buy-out clause is believed to be €20 million.
The player's current contract expires in next summer and Atletico look to extend it, should Juve's interest materialise.
Atletico are supposed to allow Godin to leave in case they find a replacement.
The top quality centre-back has been a key figure for the Madrid club and his national team during many years, impressing at the last World Cup, with also helping Atletico claim the Europa League in the previous season.