Juventus have asked to meet again with Sampdoria officials to continue talks over Andrea Poli.
The two clubs held negotiations earlier this week for the 21-year-old who is rated as a potential star of the future.
Relegated Doria, according to some reports, asked the Bianconeri for €15m in return for the Under-21 international.
That request was deemed as excessive by Juve who were hoping to net the midfielder's signature for closer to €8m.
A report in Il Secolo XIX today claims that Juve director general Beppe Marotta, formerly of Samp, has a new offer lined up.
It is suggested that he will ask about a possible co-ownership deal, one that would allow Poli to remain at Sampdoria in Serie B this season.
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