Juve agree Cannavaro deal
By Nadia Carminati. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Juventus have confirmed that they have agreed a deal with Internazionale for defender Fabio Cannavaro.
New Juve boss Fabio Capello insisted on bolstering his defence and now the Bianconeri have agreed terms for the Italy captain.
"We agreed with Inter," said Juventus general manager Luciano Moggi.
"The deal is now only lacking only the agreement with the player, soon it will arrive and Cannavaro will be a Juventus player."
Moggi was speaking following Juventus' friendly victory over Milan, as they secured the Berlusconi Trophy.
In prepartion for Cannavaro's arrival, Juve have sold a half share of Giorgio Chiellini to Fiorentina - despite the fact he only arrived at Stade Delle Alpi this summer.
Meanwhile, Fiorentina are set to clinch the signing of Udinese midfielder Martin Jorgensen.
The Danish international has agreed a three-year deal with The Viola and is set to be unveiled in the next 24 hours.