Roma’s Nicolo Zaniolo has now agreed personal terms with Juventus ahead of a potential move to the club this summer.
Zaniolo scored Roma’s late winner in their UEFA Conference League final against Feyenoord and he impressed in some stages of the campaign. Juve are interested in the Italian, with Roma struggling to tie him down to a new contract.
While it was reported in Italy some weeks ago that Roma have put the winger on the market, La Gazzetta dello Sport have now claimed that he has agreed terms on a contract with Juventus and he is willing to move to the Old Lady.
The Italian will earn €4 million including bonuses in his Juve contract and it is similar to what Federico Bernardeschi earned before his contract expiry.
Roma have pegged back Juve’s initial approach for the player already and they have rejected Juve’s attempts to offer players plus cash in the move this summer.