Juventus may have to send their young goalkeeper Francesco Anacoura out on loan next season in order for the 21-year-old to get first team experience. Anacoura spent last season on loan with Rimini, and in recent weeks he’s been linked with a move to Leeds United.

Calciomercarto have reported Juventus have decisions to make this summer with regards to reducing the number of players at the club, including the reserve team.

First team players are expected to leave the Serie A champions, but Juventus will be keen to loan out a number of their youngsters to teams in the Italian lower leagues, and also to European clubs.

Calciomercato have highlighted Anacoura as being one of those players who could be sent back out on loan next season after his previous spells with Cueno, Pontedera and Rimini.

Earlier this month we covered reports from Italy that Leeds United were showing an interest in Anacoura, along with Championship rivals Nottingham Forest.

With Gianluigi Buffon and Neto ahead of Anacoura in the pecking order at Juventus, Leeds United could look to take advantage of his situation, and move in for the player.