Juventus have reportedly reached an agreement with Manchester United for defender Matteo Darmian.
Italian publication Calciomercato are reporting that a deal has been done for the 28-year-old as he looks to get his career back on track.
The Italian international has been frozen out by Jose Mourinho this season, and his future is unclear as the United boss looks to shuffle his defensive pack in the summer.
Darmian started the FA Cup game at Yeovil but has not be seen in the Premier League since the win at Arsenal on December 2.
Juve could offer an escape route back to Italy as they look to replace Stephan Lichsteiner, who is set to leave at the end of the season.
Darmian has been linked with moves away from Old Trafford in the last three transfer windows after failing to dislodge Antonio Valencia at right-back.
Napoli, Roma and Valencia have all been interested in the experienced defender who knows his time in England may be coming to an end.
Darmian joined United in 2015 from Torino for £13million under former boss Louis Van Gaal.
After a positive start in England, the Italian international started to struggle and has made just 80 appearances for United.
Juventus have also been linked with Liverpool’s Emre Can who could join on a free transfer.