Valencia’s Andre Gomes has reportedly said yes to a Juventus move, while Simone Zaza could be used in a bid for Roma playmaker Miralem Pjanic.
The two midfielders are believed to be the Bianconeri’s top targets in the transfer market, with negotiations for the duo underway.
Tuttosport reports today that Portugal international Gomes has now accepted a move to the Serie A champions.
The Old Lady will now put pressure on Valencia to allow the midfielder to leave and could be willing to bid €45-50m overall.
As for Pjanic, Il Messaggero writes that Juve don’t want to meet his €38m buyout clause and that director Beppe Marotta has inserted Zaza in a deal.
The striker has been frustrated with his lack of opportunities in Turin this season and could be tempting to the Giallorossi as part of a bid with cash if Edin Dzeko leaves.