Juventus and Alex Sandro are ready to accept the €70m Chelsea offer, investing in Matteo Darmian and Mattia De Sciglio.
According to the Corriere della Sera newspaper, the €60m original proposal was tempting, but an increased bid of €70m really would sway them.
The Bianconeri paid €26m for the left-back two years ago, so would make a massive profit.
There are already plans to reinvest in two full-backs with very similar characteristics, as both Darmian and De Sciglio can play on the right or left.
Manchester United set a price-tag of €18m on Darmian, while De Sciglio has informed Milan he doesn’t want to sign a new contract when his current deal expires in June 2018.