Long-term Man United target Wesley Sneijder could complete a shock move to Juventus this month, according to the Guardian.
The Galatasaray midfielder recently claimed he wasn’t being paid by the Turkish giants, sparking rumours he was ready to quit the club after just two seasons.
And Juventus have emerged as favourites for his signature after manager Massimiliano Allegri admitted he would love to add the Dutchman to his already impressive squad.
He said: “It’s not easy to reinforce Juve but we have some very clear ideas and it’s no secret that we are looking for an attacking midfielder and a defender.
“Sneijder has tremendous technical quality and would complete an already very strong part of the team, creating competition for places.
“He wouldn’t be able to play in the Champions League but we have to be realistic and see who is out there.”
It is believed Sneijder would be open to a return Italy after spending three seasons with Serie A giants Inter Milan before his switch to Galatasaray.