Roma are again favourites for Daniele Rugani as it is reported Juventus have lowered their demands.
Roma appeared to pull out of a move for Rugani, but Sportitalia’s Alfredo Pedulla claims the deal could be back on.
That is because, as well as the collapse in negotiations with Dejan Lovren, Juve would now be prepared to accept a €5m loan with €20m obligation to buy as opposed to €25m.
Pedulla adds the fee could drop even more if the Giallorossi let at least one of young left-back David Eugene Bouah and midfielder Alessio Riccardi move the other way.
However, it is warned the Lupi do not want to deprive themselves of the pair, Riccardi particularly.
Nonetheless, the Italy defender and Roma are understood to have a mutual desire to join forces.