Mauricio Isla has moved a step closer to joining Juventus after the Udinese man arrived in Turin for his medical.
Isla will move to the Old Lady this summer along with Kwadwo Asamoah. They will join the club in co-ownerships and will cost the Italian champions a combined €15m.
The Ghanaian midfielder had his medical on Thursday and the Chilean will undergo the same tests on Friday.
Isla, who was also linked with Inter, will have to prove his fitness after picking up knee ligament damage in March.
The wide player, 23, scored three goals in 21 League games for the Stadio Friuli outfit in 2011-12. He’s been in Udine since 2007.
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