Udinese midfielder Gaetano D'Agostino has revealed that his agent is set to meet with Juventus on Friday.
The Turin giants have been chasing the talented 27-year-old for some time, and had appeared to have reached an agreement last week.
However, that deal stalled as Juve and Udinese failed to reach a compromise regarding a fee.
The Bianconeri are refusing to give up the chase, though, and will now be hoping to persuade D'Agostino's representative that a switch to Stadio Olimpico is a wise move.
"Tomorrow my agent will be in Milan (to meet with Juve). Honestly I didn't want to know if the brake on the deal was a problem of money or part-ownership," D'Agostino said.
"I have a deal with Udinese president Giampaolo Pozzo and so I know that in the end we will respect that deal.
"If I were to go to Juve then I will speak with them. Now is not the moment. There was another little stand-by in the deal, but we will evaluate it all in the next few days.
"Pozzo is an exceptional person, there are few presidents like him. He is a man of great value.
"Our deal is that once I arrived at this level I would go to a big team. He promised me that I would go to a big team.
"The clubs will put a deal together. I want to express myself at the highest level and I believe that the moment has arrived.
"I am on holiday with my family. We are talking about my career. It's an important jump. There is a little unrest. It's normal for us footballers to be anxious.
"I have been a Juventus fan since I was little. It's the club that wants me strongly and I am very happy," he concluded.