There are reports Juventus have agreed a €15m deal with Torino for Angelo Ogbonna, freezing out Napoli.
The two local rivals met on numerous occasions over the past few weeks to discuss the Italy defender.
It had seemed as if talks were on the verge of collapse after Napoli came in with a €15m offer, but Tuttosport claim Ogbonna will only accept Juve.
With this in mind, it is reported Juventus agreed a €12m fee with a further €3m in performance-related bonuses during a meeting this morning.
Ciro Immobile was to be used as part of the deal, but Genoa – who co-own the Under-21 international striker with Juventus – protested.
Tuttosport suggest Immobile will go to Torino eventually, but in entirely separate negotiations from the Ogbonna move.
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