Sport claim that Barcelona could allow Miralem Pjanic a two-season loan at Juventus, accepting a huge pay cut, but only if Aaron Ramsey is sold or loaned out first.
Pjanic only left Juve last summer in an exchange deal with Arthur Melo, but when Ronald Koeman took over as coach, he was pushed to the sidelines.
Now the Bosnia and Herzegovina international is desperate for a return to Turin, even prepared to slash his wages.
According to Spanish newspaper Sport, Barcelona could be tempted into a two-season loan if Juve were to cover his salary during that period, perhaps with an option to buy.
However, Juventus must first sell Ramsey, who they brought in as a free agent from Arsenal.
A Premier League comeback is the most likely option for the Welshman, with Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers interested in making a bid.
Adrien Rabiot had been rumoured on the market too, but the return of Max Allegri to the bench has changed the scenario and now the France international is expected to stay in Turin.