Juventus are reportedly stepping up their attempts to sign Juan Iturbe, Alvaro Morata and Patrice Evra.
The Bianconeri are very active on the transfer market for the new season, as they prepare to push hard for the Champions League.
Tuttosport claim on their front page today that a deal has been struck with Hellas Verona for Iturbe.
The Argentine forward is valued at €30m and Juve look set to beat competition from Milan, who offered €28m.
Their interest in Real Madrid striker Morata has been well known for some time and it’s believed the club has agreed terms with the player’s entourage.
However, the transfer fee with Real Madrid is still up in the air and a meeting is expected over the next few days.
A cheaper addition to the squad is Evra, whose contract with Manchester United expires in June 2015.
It is reported Juventus met with his entourage this week, though the France international has also been linked with Roma and Inter.