Fiorentina attacker Federico Chiesa has reportedly agreed on personal terms with Italian Serie A giants Juventus ahead of a potential transfer this summer.
This is according to the publication from Sky Sports Italia via Goal which claimed that the Italian champions have taken a big step towards a big money transfer for the aforementioned Chiesa.
The 21-year-old has been attracting the interest of several clubs on the European football scene on the back of his impressive performances for Fiorentina in the last two seasons.
Federico Chiesa and Fiorentina survived relegation from the Italian Serie A on the last day of the just concluded campaign after a goalless draw at home to fellow relegation battlers Genoa.
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Fiorentina and Genoa were able to survive relegation from the Italian Serie A as a result of the goalless draw thereby condemning Empoli to the second tier of Italian football.
Chiesa scored six goals and provided three assists in 37 games during the just concluded Italian Serie A season.
The Italian international winger is the son of ex-Azzurri player Enrico Chiesa and he’s said to be one of the names being considered by Chelsea in their bid to replace wantaway star player Eden Hazard.
The former Lille player is expected to join Real Madrid by the start of the new season.