Juventus have reportedly agreed to a deal with Lille for the acquisition of Portuguese defender, Tiago Djaló, according to esteemed football journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The Italian giants are said to be ready to shell out a sum of €3.5m for the player to join their ranks at the earliest in January.
While Inter Milan also had an arrangement with the player for a June move, they do not appear ready to speed up the process.
As a result, Lille has allegedly asked Djaló to agree to Juventus’ proposal, or else he will not be allowed to play until June.
This involves Inter Milan’s interest in Djaló who, conversely, are content to await the player’s summer availability, demonstrating their reluctance to invest immediately.