Juventus are in pole position to land Arsenal target Juan Cuadrado.
talkSPORT told you yesterday that Barcelona have reached an agreement with the Fiorentina winger, who is also co-owned by Udinese.
However, Barca have not yet struck a deal with both Serie A clubs and sources in Spain claim they will each require a fee of around £12m to sell their stakes in the player.
As it stands, the Nou Camp giants are unwilling to spend more than £16.5m, which is nearly £8m short of the total minimum fee sought for Cuadrado.
Juventus are ready and willing to meet the demands of Fiorentina and Udinese and could even offset the cost of the transfer by offering to swap players to both clubs as part of the deal. (TalkSport)
It will be interesting to see where he ends up.