Italian champions Juventus have agreed a deal with Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain, according to reports in Italy.
The Argentina striker has long been linked with a move away from Naples, but has decided to leave this summer, after Juventus reportedly reached an agreement with the player.
And it is believed to be a four-year contract worth around €7m a year.
Higuain scored 36 goals in 35 appearances for Napoli last season, and was linked with Chelsea and Arsenal, but it is Juventus that has now agreed a deal with the former Real Madrid striker.
The deal is however not done just yet, as Napoli are insisting on the whole €94m in his release clause, while Juventus are only willing to pay a large chunk of the fee, and offer players in exchange as part of the deal.
Reports in Italy indicate Juve are willing to let go of midfielder Roberto Pereyra or defender Daniele Rugani, but Napoli are yet to agree to the deal.
And as a result, Juve chief Giuseppe Marotta is expected to meet with Napoli officials next week to discuss more on the deal.