English Premier League side, Chelsea FC, are reported to have several interests in players of Serie A champions, Juventus.

The Blues are keen on getting French young talent, Paul Pogba and prolific player, Leonardo Bonucci.

The Director General of The Bianconeri, Beppe Marotta, gave the hint that the deal could go through. Chelsea new handler, Anthonio Conte, was the manager that led the Juventus team to five Serie A titles as a player then returing to achieve an impressive level of success with the club as a manager winning three Scudetto titles. Marotta insists he is very pleased to see Conte get a Premier League job with the EPL giant. He said the Turin outfit is very pleased with his achievement.

Conte is reported to be interested in keeping Juan Cuadrado as he returns to Old Trafford, when his loan contract lapses this summer. The Director General has allowed speculation after hinting that the deals could go through with the two clubs in talks, this summer.

"We and Chelsea respect each other. We're proud that Conte is now their manager, as five years ago we took a risk on him against many odds.

"I hope we can make some transfer dealings with Chelsea in the future," Marotta told Radio Rai.

Aside Chelsea, The Gunners, are interested in Juventus players as well. Arsenal are hoping sterling Juventus player, Alvaro Morata, would join them this summer. They are also pushing for fellow Spaniard, Isco of Real Madrid. The pair are reportedly in the top considerations for Arsene Wenger for the coming season.

Moratta is also reported to be interested in keeping his star forward following an impressive performance this season. Juventus signed Morata from Real Madrid last summer for £15.8 million and the player has lived up to his billing at the Turin outfit. Real Madrid with their attacking options are even considering buying back the star forward for £22million with their buy-back clause.