Juventus have agreed personal terms with Leandro Paredes but they still need to reach an agreement with PSG. The Bianconeri are in the market for new players in the centre of the pitch following the injuries to Paul Pogba and Weston McKennie and are specifically targeting a deep lying midfielder.
Sky Sport Italia report that Juve have agreed terms with long-standing target Paredes, a player that coach Max Allegri has wanted at the club for some time.
The Bianconeri now need to agree a fee with the Ligue 1 champions, and Sky suggest that €15m may be enough to get the move done.
Juve will need to work to offload some players before they finalise a move for Paredes, including resolving the future of Brazilian Arthur, who is close to joining Valencia, and Frenchman Adrien Rabiot, who has reportedly asked to leave the club this summer.
Sky specifically state that the arrival of the Paredes would be entirely dependent on the club moving on both Rabiot and Arthur this summer.