Juventus director Beppe Marotta has apparently convinced Gokhan Inler to join and tomorrow will meet with Udinese.
It is a complex situation, as the Friulani had already agreed to sell the Swiss international to Napoli.
However, there are reports Inler's wife rejected the idea of living in Naples and would prefer Turin.
With this in mind, Marotta hopes to convince Udinese to send their player to Juventus instead.
According to today's newspapers in Italy, Udinese are holding out for €18m compared to the €15m offer.
It's very likely that players will be included in an exchange deal, such as Frederik Sorensen, Manuel Giandonato, Albin Ekdal and Davide Lanzafame.
Other options include Sebastian Giovinco and Amauri, but are more outside bets.
The two clubs have other things to discuss, as Marco Motta, Simone Pepe and Fabio Quagliarella are still only on loan from Udinese.
The Gazzetta dello Sport suggests that, while there, Juventus will also enquire about Alexis Sanchez.
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