Juventus are reportedly closing in on a deal to sign Real Madrid right-back Danilo for a fee in excess of €20m.
AS cites reports in the Italian media that suggest Juve are ready to increase their offer after seeing their opening bid of €15m rejected by Madrid.
The newspaper explains Los Blancos will only let the Brazilian leave if they can recoup a significant part of the €30m they paid Porto in 2015.
However, the player is said to have agreed a five-year contract with the Bianconeri, worth €5m a season.
Danilo would replace former Barcelona man Dani Alves, who was recently released by Juve.