Turin side set to bring in Nou Camp attacker.
Juventus are set to welcome Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez back to Serie A according to Football Direct News.
SEE ALSO: All the latest American Football news
The former Udinese man looks set to move to Turin with this source claiming a deal has been agreed ‘in principle’ with Barcelona’s transfer ban having been lifted allowing the Catalan club to buy and sell as they wish this summer.
The 25 year old attacker is into his third season at Barcelona and has been in the best form of his La Liga career this term, following up returns of twelve and eight goals in his first two campaigns to register 17 goals during this season.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte is likely to secure a third straight Serie A crown but may feel that the addition of Sanchez will help his side to make a more meaningful impact on the Champions League.
Despite his excellent start to the season Sanchez has gone ten games without a goal and has been increasingly left out of Gerardo Martino’s starting eleven, sparking speculation of a probable summer exit.
Conte brought in Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente from Man City and Athletic Bilbao last summer and the further inclusion of Sanchez will certainly offer the club a very strong attacking line-up.
SEE ALSO: The Fastest Players on Fifa 14