Juventus is expected to announce the signing of Chelsea's Juan Cuadrado in the coming days, Tuttosport has reported this morning.
The Colombia international spent last season in Turin and is expected to make a return to Juventus before the end of the summer transfer window.
Sky Sport Italy has also revealed that the two clubs will meet later on today to understand if an agreement can be reached for the transfer of the player on a permanent basis.
Manager Antonio Conte made it clear at the start of the month that he wants the 28-year-old to be part of his squad.
But he wasn't even on the bench for Chelsea's home game against West Ham United at the start of the week.
"Cuadrado is a Chelsea player as I said with Diego Costa. He has worked very hard and is training very hard with us," Conte told reporters.
"Everyone knows what I think about him and everyone knows that good players have a lot interest in a transfer window.
"Now he is a Chelsea player and happy. If you ask me what could happen in the future I couldn’t answer about Cuadrado nor other players."