The right-back has not been at his best for Spurs this season and reports are rife suggesting that boss Mauricio Pochettino will be willing to let him move on over the summer.
It is claimed that Pochettino already has a replacement lined up in the form of Nice full-back Yousef Atal, who will be drafted in once Trippier has moved on.
There has been no shortage of speculation linking the former Burnley man with a move away, with Italian side Napoli known to be keen, and now Serie A rivals Juve are also in the hunt.
The Bianconeri are poised to appoint Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri as their new manager and it is claimed Trippier will be one of his first signings when he takes charge.
Juve are willing to offer £35million for the England international, who could jump at the chance to play with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo in Turin.