Juventus are reportedly looking to build a second stadium that would host their B team and women’s side from next season.
The Bianconeri are one of the few clubs in Italy that own their own ground, with the state-of-the-art Juventus Stadium opening its doors in 2011.
The land around the now-named Allianz Stadium already includes a museum and a medical centre, but Tuttosport are claiming that the Old Lady are looking to start building a second ground soon.
Their story indicates that Juve plan to erect the stadium with 5-6,000 seats in a move that would be similar to Barcelona’s Camp Nou or Manchester City’s Etihad Campus.
The Old Lady’s B squad are currently based at Alessandria’s stadium, while the women play in Novara.