Last Updated: Tue, 25 Jun 2013 20:59
It is understood that Juventus have had a bid accepted by Manchester City for a deal to sign striker Carlos Tevez.
The Argentinian international worked his way back into Roberto Mancini's plans last season, having had a very public falling out with the Italian during the 2011-12 campaign.
But speculation over Tevez's future resurfaced earlier this summer and now it appears his four-year spell with City is close to coming to an end, with the Serie A champions closing in on a deal.
Juventus officials were believed to have met with the 29-year-old's agent on Tuesday and a deal has now been agreed between the two clubs, leaving the path clear for a switch to Turin.
Juve coach Antonio Conte has faced competition from rivals AC Milan for the signature of Tevez, but the former Manchester United, West Ham and Boca Juniors star is believed to favour a move to Juve.
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