The Bianconeri famously played in pink at their inception, but changed to black and white stripes after Notts County let them borrow the kit in 1903.
With Notts County now in serious financial trouble, the Nottingham Post reveals Lilian Greenwood MP had written to Juve asking for the favour in return.
Juventus were more than happy to oblige and sent a letter asking for details on how to send over the jerseys for the 2019-20 season.
“Considering the long-lasting relation between the two clubs, Juventus would have gladly assisted in providing new kits for next season,” wrote Juve head of communications Claudio Albanese.
“We have already held talks with our technical sponsor, Adidas, to inform them of the situation and they immediately contacted Notts County to arrange equipment supply. Unfortunately, as it turns out, the club has a two-year binding agreement with Puma that doesn’t allow them wear other brand".