With Gonzalo Higuain on the move, Juventus are in the market for a striker and are thought to be closing in on Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan has been deemed surplus to requirements by new coach Ronald Koeman and is now looking for a new club.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, personal terms have been agreed between Suarez and Juventus in a second meeting between the club and the player’s representatives.
The striker, who has spent six years at Barcelona, had already been contacted by vice president, Pavel Nedved prior to the second meeting.
The player’s contract is thought to be in the region of ten million euros per year after tax which is the same wage Suarez is currently earning at Barcelona.
Juventus would have to pay a further five million euros to secure the Uruguayan, due to Italian taxation.
Another player that Juventus are thought to be interested in is Eden Dzeko from Roma.
However, Juventus would have to pay a transfer fee of around ten million for the Bosnian on top of his wages, something they wouldn’t have to do for Suarez, who would be leaving Barcelona on a free transfer.