Tuttosport understands that Italian champions Juventus are stepping up their efforts to recruit Croatian winger Marko Pjaca from Dinamo Zagreb.
The 21-year-old has become one of the hottest commodities in European football and he is almost certain to join a top club this summer.
Napoli and few other sides are in the race for his signature, but the latest reports suggest that Juventus have gained the upper hand.
Namely, they have already managed to find an understanding with the player’s representatives over a long-term contract, although they still need to agree on a transfer fee with Dinamo Zagreb.
With Paul Pogba expected to complete a move back to Old Trafford, Juventus will have money to spend in the summer transfer window and they can be trusted to wrap up the deal for Pjaca in the coming days.
The highly rated footballer made a total of 89 competitive appearances for Dinamo Zagreb, scoring 26 goals and producing 12 assists.