Croatian winger Marko Pjaca will soon complete a summer transfer to Juventus, La Gazzetta dello Sport has suggested.
Dinamo Zagreb have reportedly accepted a €22.5 million offer from Turin, with only minor details left to be sorted.
That means that Pjaca will soon be given permission to travel to Italy for a medical and he is expected to sign a contract by the end of the week.
Juventus have beaten Serie A rivals AC Milan in the chase for the youngster’s signature, as the lure of Champions League football ultimately proved decisive.
Pjaca is set to become the fourth high-profile signing of the summer, with Miralem Pjanic, Dani Alves and Mehdi Benatia having previously arrived in Turin.
Juventus are reportedly hot on the trail of Napoli hotshot Gonzalo Higuain and could even decide to match his staggering €94 million release clause if they find an agreement with Man Utd for Paul Pogba.