Having bought Gonzalo Higuain for €90m, Marko Pjaca for £20m and loaned Cuadrado from Chelsea for the next three seasons, you would be forgiven to think Juventus don’t really need a new forward.

That’s where you’re wrong.

At least, that’s what Tuttosport are trying to tell you as they look at all the games Juventus will be sending scouts during the international break, and one of them will be Belgium-Bosnia.

Of course, this could be to keep an eye on how Miralem Pjanic, their other new signing, gets on, but that would be too simple and not worthy of any excitement.

No, Tuttosport reckon one of the players the Serie A champions will be looking at is Liverpool’s Divock Origi, who has been sporadically used by Jürgen Klopp since the start of the season, and Axel Witsel, who really should have signed on transfer deadline day.

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An agreement in January for the Zenit St-Petersburg player is in the works by Juventus, whereas the interest in Divock Origi remains just that, interest, for now.

Also, considering the talent up front for Belgium, there’s very little chance Origi will actually play against Bosnia, with the game against Gibraltar a much better opportunity.

The Italian side have been following the evolution of some Belgian talents for a while now, claim Tuttosport, and it appears Origi is one of them.

Would Liverpool be willing to sell, or loan, at this moment in time? We don’t think so.