Fabio Quagliarella has reportedly agreed terms with Lazio, but they are yet to agree a deal with Juventus.
The 30-year-old forward is seen as on his way of Turin this January and Le Aquile have been listed as leading the chase for his signature.
Il Tempo today report that Claudio Lotito’s side have reached an initial contract agreement with the former Udinese and Napoli striker.
It is believed that terms of a three-year contract have been outlined and that a he will take a pay-cut of around €700,000 to earn a €1.4m salary at the Stadio Olimpico.
Whilst this agreement is seen as all but signed off with the player, it is another matter, say Il Tempo, between Lazio and Juve.
Where the capital club are pushing to take Quagliarella on an initial loan deal to the end of the season with a purchase option included, the Bianconeri are apparently looking for an outright sale now, around the €7m mark.
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