Juventus look set to give in and agree to Arsenal’s €16million (£14m) valuation of goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, according to Tuttosport.
An agreement between the player and Juve has reportedly been in place for a while, but the Serie A champions have failed so far to come anywhere close to the Gunners’ reported asking price.
The Italian club had offered just £4million for Szczesny but it seems they will concede to Arsenal’s demands. A bid of €16million, plus bonuses, has been roughly agreed, with only the finer details now being needed to be sorted out.
Tuttosport say it may be the case that the Gunners will have to wait for the Bianconeri to offload their current number two goalkeeper Neto before a deal is finalised.
Valencia are believed to be interested in the Brazilian, while there are also clubs in England and Germany looking at the 27 year old. A move could be finalised very soon though, with Szczesny’s move to Turin then going ahead.