Juventus are reportedly ready to accept a €30m bid from Wolfsburg for Simone Zaza.
The Italian international was fourth-choice striker last season, and has openly declared that he wants to play more next term.
While the former Sassuolo man would rather get that playing time in Turin, he has nonetheless been linked with West Ham United, Leicester and Die Wolfe.
Now Calciomercato is reporting that the German side are offering a fee worth up to €30m, of which €25m is guaranteed, and the rest is made up of bonuses.
With the Bianconeri minded to accept the offer, the ball is now in Zaza’s court, with Wolfsburg thought to be offering a five-year deal worth €3m per season, plus bonuses.
However, if the striker is to leave the Old Lady, it’s believed he would prefer a move to the English Premier League or La Liga.
West Ham have already had a €27m offer rejected [€23m up-front and €4m in bonuses], but could return with an improved offer.