Juve chief executive
Marotta said: "He (Mourinho) will have precise information, he is always well-informed ...
"Of course if (Llorente) remains on the market, he is a player of interest. And anyway, we'll look at the January transfer window independently of him: there may be several openings."
Marotta expressed regret that his club had been unable to sign
However, Marotta did not believe the deal could be justified financially and was pleased with Juve's work in the summer window.
"I have regrets about
"We were able to hit the priority target of strengthening the group and raising the level of quality with the acquisition of players from the correct profile: good, young and with a reasonable salary. I refer in particular to (
Marotta admitted his club would also be "obliged to show an interest" if highly-rated Torino and
Brazilian striker Barreto will remain at Torino for the 2013-2014 season after the Serie A club renewed its co-ownership arrangement with Udinese.