Italian giants Juve are interested in signing Wolfsburg striker Edin Dzeko. Juventus' director general Giuseppe Marotta says that his club will try again to sign Wolfsburg striker Edin Dzeko next summer, but he expects the Bosnia international to join Bayern Munich.

The 24-year-old was a target for a host of top clubs before the transfer window slammed shut, with Manchester City, AC Milan and Chelsea all reportedly rivalling Juve for Dzeko's signature.

However, his current club fended off all advances for a second successive summer.

Marotta told the Italian media: "Dzeko is one of the strongest players in Europe, he makes a difference.

"We wanted him and we did everything we could within our possibilities to acquire him in the summer transfer market. However, Wolfsburg put up a wall.

"Unfortunately, (general manager) Dieter Hoeness was firm on his decision not to sell.

"We will try again but something tells me that in the future he will end up playing at Bayern Munich."