Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport has suggested that Juventus are on the verge of signing Juan Guillermo Cuadrado from Chelsea.
The Colombian has been deemed surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge and he is almost certain to leave now that the Blues have recruited Pedro Rodriguez from Barcelona.
In spite of the difficult start to his career in England, Cuadrado is still held in high regard by the top Serie A clubs and Juventus coach Max Allegri sees him as the final piece of his puzzle.
The Bianconeri have been in talks with Chelsea for several weeks now and the latest reports suggest an agreement is on the horizon.
Cuadrado will probably arrive on loan with an option to buy, as Juventus want to ensure the winger can rediscover his form after the disappointing spell in London.
The 27-year-old only made 12 Premier League appearances since joining from Fiorentina, starting four of those games.