Reports in Italian and Dutch media suggest Wesley Sneijder has agreed a move to Juventus but the Bianconeri are still negotiating over the price.

Juventus coach Max Allegri has been very open about the clubs pursuit of the Dutch midfielder, referring to Sneijder as a “a feasible luxury” while the players agent confirmed Juve’s interest earlier today.

“Juventus do want Sneijder,” Guido Albers told Dutch publication De Telegraaf.

“But only when an agreement is reached between the clubs will the hypothesis of coming back to Italy be considered.

“Until then he’s only going to concentrate on Galatasaray. If there should be a transfer, he would be happy to come back to Italy, where he won his best victories.”

Following on from that earlier report, Sportsmediaset in Italy are now reporting that a deal has been struck with the player over a move to Turin, but Juventus are yet to reach an agreement with Galatasaray. The news outlet suggest that Juventus are willing to pay €7.5m for the player while the Turkish side want closer to €10m.