Juventus are set to make another attempt to sign Ilkay Gundogan, transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano reports. 

Though Juventus have already made an offer above €20 million, they could make another offer if they were able to cash in on a departure. Simone Zaza tops the list at the moment: despite scoring in the little time he's been given, he has handed in a transfer request. Though he'd rather be loaned, he doesn't exclude a sale either. 

Who would be interested? Well, Crystal Palace, West Ham and Watford, though some Serie A teams are after him too. Juventus could bring in as much as €17/18 million, which would help them make an offer of over €30 (€25 including bonuses) to Borussia. Our information tells us that they'd make a day of it, and send a whole team of executives and intermediaries to the Signal Iduna to try and seal the deal.

Gundogan is the perfect midfielder for Massimiliano Allegri's team (who is a big admirer), wants Champions League football, and would like to play for Juventus. [and it's not as if other Bundesliga midfielders haven't moved to Italy to great success, either, ed]