The Hammers were said to be interested in the Serie A star during the summer, however with Juventus not willing to sell, no such deal materialised.
However after a difficult start to the season for the midfielder, who has not featured for The Old Lady since mid-November, his time in Italy could soon be coming to an end.
The Italian’s agent Carlo Volpi told Tribal Football: “Juventus have a team strong enough to be highly competitive for Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League.
“Stefano has already played both in CL and in Serie A this year and he wants to train even harder in order to be ready when his moment comes.
“Juventus also have such midfielders as Matuidi, Marchisio and Khedira: they all are around 30 years old and incredibly talented and charismatic.
Sturaro signed for Juventus in the summer of 2014 for a fee of around €10 million, and his current contract expires in 2021.