Reports coming from Spain this evening suggest Juventus have agreed a deal with Sevilla to sign Martin Caceres.
The Bianconeri have been in talks for many weeks, although recently they were slowed by the interest in Porto’s Fredy Guarin.
Juve can only bring in one non-EU player and it looks as if Caceres has won the race, because El Desmarque Sevilla report tonight that an agreement has been reached.
It’s believed the Turin giants will pay €1.5m to take the Uruguayan on loan and a further €8m to buy him out at the end of the season.
This is a return for Caceres, who spent a season with Juventus on loan from Barcelona in 2009-10, and the move could be made official tomorrow.
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