The 22-year-old only made the switch to PSV from the Blues last summer for just 2.5million after being unable to break into Chelsea’s first team. The Italian champions have been watching the Dutchman closely throughout this campaign and have even sent scouts to watch him play on several occasions. Juventus are not short of centre-backs but are considering letting go of some of those who have not progressed well in the past season like Uruguayan Martin Caceres. Antonio Conte has given the stamp of approval over a move for the youngster and the Italians could make an initial bid for Bruma before the World Cup begins, according to FDN sources in Italy. Bruma was signed by Chelsea in 2009 from Feyenoord but only managed a handful of first team appearances. He was loaned out to Leicester City followed by a two-year loan at German side Hamburg. What remains unclear is whether the West London club has a buyback clause on the youngster or first option to re-sign him when another club makes an offer, which is believed to be likely.