Reports in Spain suggest Fernando Llorente has agreed a deal with Sevilla, but Juventus must lower their asking price.
The striker is believed to be on the unwanted list in Turin, with the arrival of Simone Zaza, Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala likely to limit his playing time.
Cadena Cope reports that the 30-year-old has agreed a deal in principle with Sevilla, who are seeking to strengthen their squad for the forthcoming Champions League campaign.
However, it’s thought Los Rojiblancos will need Juventus to lower their €12m asking price, as they are only in a position to offer €8m.
Both would represent a profit for the Bianconeri, who signed Llorente on a free transfer from Athletic Club in 2013.