Recently-crowned Italian champions Juventus are preparing an offer for Real Madrid forward Gonzalo Higuain, according to reports.
Sports newspaper AS claimed the Italian club’s sporting director Fabio Partici and general director Giuseppe Marotta met with FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti, a close friend of Florentino Perez, to express their desire to sign the Argentine international.
And although no agreement was made, Madrid could be willing to let Higuain go for a fee of around €25 million.
Higuian has been hampered by injury this season, but has still managed to find the net 15 times in 39 appearances.
He has three-years remaining on his contact at Real Madrid.