Various reports in Italy suggest Patrik Schick has agreed to join Juventus this summer.

The in-demand striker has had a standout season in Serie A, netting 11 goals, despite having featured largely from the bench.

AC Milan, Napoli, Inter and Tottenham Hotspur were all reported to be in competition for the 21-year-old Czech forward but Premium Sport report that Juventus have agreed terms with the player and he has decided to join the Bianconeri.

A €25m release clause was added to his contract when he joined Sampdoria, however Juve are hoping to lower the cost by offering players in exchange.

An official offer is pending and it seems ever more likely that he’ll be loaned back to Sampdoria for the 2017/18 season.

Sky Sport Italia’s Gianluca Di Marzio’s also reports that Schick is close to Juventus, with Juve vice-chairman Pavel Nedved having played a crucial role in convincing the young striker to join the Italian champions. Juventus correspondent Romeo Agresti reports similar news with Juve expected to meet Schick’s agent in the coming days.