Juventus have seemingly won the race for Dusan Vlahovic, with a deal on the brink of being signed.
The Serbian forward is one of the hottest properties in European football, with a host of clubs vying for his signature.
Arsenal and Tottenham had hopes of striking a deal with Fiorentina, but Juventus elbowed all rivals out of the way earlier this month.
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According to reports, the Old Lady have struck a deal with the Viola worth €75 million.
Personal terms have also been agreed, with the 21-year-old giving the green light on a deal until the summer of 2026 - with the option for an extra year.
It is expected that Vlahovic will undergo a medical in the coming days, with the only potential stumbling block being the player tested positive for Covid-19 last week.
Fiorentina do not foresee a problem, as they have already settled on a replacement with Arthur Cabral already in Italy ready to sign a deal to take him from Basel to Serie A.
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