Roma's Mirko Vucinic will have his medical at Juventus on Monday after he landed in Turin.
The Montenegro international, who has demanded an Olimpico exit, will join the Old Lady of Italian football for a fee in the region of €15m.
It's understood that the former Lecce player will sign a four-year deal worth €3.5m a campaign.
Vucinic arrived at the city's airport on Sunday evening at 21.00 local time and he spent the night at the Principi di Piemonte hotel.
Juventus turned their attention to Vucinic after they failed to agree a fee with Atletico Madrid for Sergio Aguero. He has since joined Manchester City.
Juve also spent some weeks chasing Italian international Giuseppe Rossi before Villarreal took him off the transfer market.
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