The Canadian striker may have had a frustrating World Cup, but he's reportedly on the radar of one of Italy's biggest clubs.

Although he was not able to have the impact he would have liked for Canada during this year's World Cup, it appears that striker Jonathan David is still a sought-after player by some big-name clubs.

According to reports, namely those from Italy, the 22-year-old is a target for Juventus, who are aiming to totally overhaul their squad during the upcoming transfer window. David, who is contracted to Lille until 2025 on a five-year deal he signed in August 2020, is valued at approximately $48-53 million (€45-50 million).

In order to try to bring him to Turin, the Bianconeri will need to offload some players, and the same report surprisingly claims that they will seek to sell Dusan Vlahovic. The Serbian international was signed for about $75 million (€70 million) in January 2022 from Fiorentina, but with just 16 goals across all comps - nine so far this year - he has struggled to match the same form that he enjoyed while at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.

Indeed, Juventus will be hoping to recoup their investment and then some by offering him for approximately $85-95 million (€80-90 million) in the next transfer market, but it remains to be seen if anyone will be interested as Vlahovic was unable to have much of an impact as Serbia crashed out of the group stages at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.