Former Juventus star Zinedine Zidane has advised the struggling Italian giants to go after highly rated youngster Eden Hazard, currently under contract with Ligue 1 table toppers Lille.
The Old Lady have a fight on to secure Champions League football next season, and their former star, who left the club for Real Madrid in 2001, believes the Juve of 2011-12 will benefit from having the Belgian in their squad.
"I would take Hazard if I were Juventus. He's a great player, even though it's hard to say whether he will be able to follow in my footsteps at Juventus," Zidane was quoted as saying by Tuttosport.
"But there's little doubt that he's a future star. He's very quick, has a lot of individual class and I'm convinced that he'll become a great player."
Zidane has previously stated that he'd love to see Roma midfielder Jeremy Menez at Juventus and he again stated that the France international would fit in well at the Old Lady.
"Jeremy has a lot of quality and also has the experience needed at Juventus. He'd do very well in Turin."
Juventus have been struggling to find their best form this season and currently sit seventh in the Serie A table with 52 points from 33 games.