Reports from the Madrid summit claim Real agreed to instalment payments for Gonzalo Higuain, but Juventus must raise their €22m bid.
A delegation of Bianconeri, including President Andrea Agnelli and director Beppe Marotta, are in Madrid this afternoon for the charity match between Juventus and Real Madrid legends at the Bernabeu.
Also present were Real Madrid President Florentino Perez and FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti, who often acts as an intermediary between Italian and Spanish clubs.
They were pictured having lunch at restaurant Puerta 57, which many assume was also the chance to discuss their interest in Higuain.
The restaurant placed curtains around the table and then closed to the public so the negotiations could continue.
According to the first reports emerging from Italian media, Real Madrid have agreed to the request for payment in instalments.
However, Juve must raise their €22m offer to at least €24m, which is the reported bid from Arsenal.
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