Stevan Jovetic’s agent will reportedly communicate to Fiorentina today that the player wants to take up Juventus on their interest.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that the Montenegrin’s representative Fali Ramadani will meet with La Viola’s President Mario Cognigni in Milan today to begin talks over a proposed transfer for the 23-year-old.
It is understood that despite having had contact from Arsenal and Manchester City and reported late interest from Chelsea, the player has resolved to stay in Serie A and move to Turin.
Jovetic has apparently already reached a contractual agreement with Juve, to sign for five years on a €4m salary.
However, details of the Biaconeri’s latest proposal for the forward remain inconsistent. Where the Gazzetta dello Sport suggests an offer of €18m cash plus a share in Luca Marrone, La Stampa list that the money put forward would be €15m, whilst Tuttosport suggest it is even lower, at €12m.
Fiorentina general manager Sandro Mencucci commented yesterday that Jovetic wants to leave.
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