Juventus are reportedly in talks to sign Genoa defender Cristian Romero and will offer Stefano Sturaro in exchange.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, inter have pulled out of the running due to financial fair Play (FFP) constraints.
That leaves simply Juve, whom the newspaper writes are working on a deal to secure the 20-year-old for the 2020-21 season.
The Grifone paid just €1.7m for the argentine last summer, but they'd be holding out for €25m, whereas the Bianconeri value him at €10m less.
Nonetheless La Gazzetta claims the old lady could involve Sturaro in negotiations, given the Rossoblu are already keen on bringing back the midfielder.