Juventus will officially announce the signing of Angelo Ogbonna from city rivals Torino on Monday, claims La Stampa.
The Turin outfits have been in talks for the centre-back in recent times and a deal could be finally concluded at the start of next week.
Toro are set to net cash and the co-ownership of Ciro Immobile, a striker who spent last season at Genoa, in return for the 25-year-old defender.
Ogbonna grew up in the Toro youth ranks and has been with the club for all of his career apart from a season’s loan at Crotone in 2007-08.
The Italian international, who didn’t make the Confederations Cup squad this summer, will sign a five-year contract.
He will earn €1.8m a season after tax, plus bonuses.
Ogbonna will be the club’s third major signing ahead of 2013-14 after Juve secured deals for Athletic Bilbao’s Fernando Llorente and Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez.
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