Juventus are edging closer to an agreement for Eintracht Frankfurt winger Filip Kostic with Sky Germany suggesting the deal is almost done. The 29-year-old helped the Bundesliga side to a Europa League trophy this season but is reportedly on his way out of the club this summer.
According to Sky Sport Germany via JuventusNews24, Juve are ever closer to agreeing terms with Frankfurt for his permanent transfer.
Sky suggest the deal will cost the Bianconeri around €15m for the Serbian international whose contract is due to end in 2023.
The report also reveals that Juve striker Dusan Vlahovic has played an important part in the transfer as he spoken highly of his international teammate.
Kostic has scored four goals and provided nine assists in 31 Bundesliga appearances, while also scoring three times and providing six assists in the Europa League.