Juventus' proposed move for Eljero Elia of Hamburg has stalled, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The 24-year-old is seen as a possible solution to the left-midfield void in boss Antonio Conte's 4-4-2.
Talks between both clubs have taken place and a financial agreement, thought to be of around €10m, was believed to have been agreed in principle.
Nevertheless, it is being claimed that reaching a compromise over personal terms has become the biggest problem.
Elia, according to reports, wants two times as much in terms of a salary from what Juve are currently offering him.
The Old Lady could now switch their attention to Fiorentina and Peru international Juan Manuel Vargas instead.
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