It’s reported Carlos Tevez has agreed a three-year deal with Boca Juniors, but Juventus want €5m for the striker.
The President of the Argentinian club, Daniel Angelici, flew to Chile this week to meet with the forward, who is representing the national team in the Copa America.
The news outlet believes that Tevez has agreed a three-year deal to return to his boyhood club, with his agent expected to meet with the Old Lady in Turin this week.
Mediaset believes this is the last sticking point for the potential transfer, with Juve demanding at least €5m to allow their star man to leave a year early, though Boca could offer some promising youngsters in exhange.
It’s believed that Mario Mandzukic would be the likely replacement were Tevez to leave, with some reports that a deal is already agreed with the Atletico Madrid man.