Italian champions Juventus have set their sights on signing a striker in the current transfer window but they will have to offload at least one player to fulfill that target. This is according to the publication from Tuttosportwhich said thatthe current economic situation means that Juventus will have to offload players if they want to sign new ones in the remaining nine days of the ongoing transfer window.

European clubs including Juventus have seen their cash inflow reduce due to the effects of the dreaded Coronavirus. The clubs can't collect match revenue from fans due to their absence at the match venues.

Juventus want to sign a striker to complement the trio of Cristiano Ronaldo, Alvaro Morata and Paolo Dybala in attack but they will have to offload an high earnerto make it happen. German international Sami Khedira earns big money at Juventus and he's available for a transfer after being frozen out of the team by new manager Andrea Pirlo. Sami Khedira has not featured in any game for Juventus this season. He has been linked with a number of teams on the European football scene but he's not close to the exit door as things stand. Sami Khedira recently travelled to England to try to secure a new team for himself but nothing concrete has been said on the trip. Premier League outfit Everton are one of the teams set to be keen to take him from Juventus and it won't be much of a problem since he has less than six months left on his Juventus deal. The Toffees have been strengthening their midfield since the start of the season and they could move for Sami Khedira to support the options there at the moment. Everton signed midfielders Allan, AbdoulayeDoucoure and James Rodriguez last summer.