Sport Mediaset are claiming that Juventus have agreed personal terms with Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez.
The Argentine is one of three forwards being strongly linked with the Old Lady, alongside Real Madrid’s Gonzalo Higuain and Stevan Jovetic of Fiorentina.
The report suggests that director general Beppe Marotta has convinced the former West Ham and Manchester United player to accept a switch to Turin.
Tevez initially wanted an annual salary of €8m, but it is understood that a compromise has been reached.
Marotta will now, apparently, conclude a deal with the Premiership side for a forward who is still only 29-years-old.
Tevez, also linked with Monaco, is available for transfer as his contract with City is set to expire in June 2014.
The South American has netted 74 goals in 148 games for his current club.
If Juve really do have a deal for Tevez then they are expected to end their pursuit for Higuain in favour of signing Jovetic.
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