Juventus and Cagliari have reportedly reached an agreement over the sale of Belgium international Radja Nainggolan.
The midfielder is currently co-owned by the Sardinian side and Roma and he has represented the latter for the last season and a half.
According to L’Unione Sarda, Juventus Director General Beppe Marotta agreed a deal for the 27-year-old with Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini on Tuesday night.
The Bianconeri are believed to have agreed to pay €18m for the Isolani’s share of the player, as well as Andres Tello switching to Cagliari permanently and Federico Mattiello moving there on loan.
Nainggolan scored five goals in 33 appearances for Roma this season and has previously expressed his desire to remain with the Giallorossi.