Marcelo is continuing to attract the attention of various clubs across Europe, with one of them being Juventus.
The Real Madrid left-back has been linked with a move away from Santiago Bernabeu after losing his starting spot to Ferland Mendy this season.
Turin has always been sounded out as a possible destination for the Brazilian since his great friend, Cristiano Ronaldo, arrived there in 2018.
There were reports last summer that Maurizio Sarri wanted to bring the 31-year-old to the Allianz Stadium.
The Italian club’s idea is to bolster their options at full-back, where they already have Alex Sandro on the left plus Mattia de Sciglio and Danilo, who can both play either side.
Juventus officials were expected to meet with Marcelo in Madrid before the coronavirus outbreak put a stop to that.
According to La Stampa, they intend to offer the player a four-year deal, which is two years longer than the current contract he has at Real Madrid.