Juventus have reportedly raised their offer for Juan Manuel Iturbe to €29m, beating Milan and Atletico Madrid.
The Hellas Verona starlet is hot property after an impressive debut Serie A season and his club is looking to cash in.
There was news this morning that Atletico Madrid were piling on more pressure to take the Argentine forward to Spain.
However, according to Sky Sport Italia, Juve increased their proposal this afternoon to €27m plus add-ons, which would effectively take it to €29m.
This is just €1m off Verona’s asking price and the Bianconeri already have the all-clear from the player.
If these figures are genuine, then Iturbe is expected to make his transfer to Juventus next week.