Martin Caceres will reportedly land in Turin today to undergo a medical ahead of his expected return to Juventus.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is confirming the whispers from last night which suggested that a deal for the Uruguayan had finally been done.
The Bianconeri have been in talks with Sevilla for most of this month in a bid to sign the stopper before the January window closes.
It is being claimed that a compromise has now been reached with Juve paying €1.5m for his initial loan, with the option to buy outright in the summer for a further €8m.
Caceres spent the 2009-10 campaign at Juventus on loan from Barcelona, but the Italian club opted to send him back to the Nou Camp. He then moved to Sevilla.
The defender can play in the middle or as a full-back when required.
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