Tevez has reportedly already agreed personal terms, with clubs yet to strike deal.
Juventus are set to fly out to England on Tuesday in order to wrap up a deal for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Argentine has already agreed personal terms with the Bianconeri, with the 29-year-old being handed a three-year deal worth €5.5m plus bonuses per season.
However, an agreement between the clubs is still missing, and that is why a group of Juve officials will fly to Manchester to try and strike a deal with the Premier League outfit.
The Old Lady is reportedly ready to offer €12m to acquire Tevez, although City are looking to hold out for something closer to €15m, despite his contract expiring at the end of next season.
Nevertheless, it would appear that Juve have raced to the front of the queue for the striker, after Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani revealed that the Rossoneri are no longer interested in their long-term target, as they have too many attacking options at their disposal already.
In contrast, their Serie A rivals are looking to bolster their attack this summer, and despite having already signed Fernando Llorente from Atletico Bilbao, it is believed they are targeting further reinforcements.
It remains to be seen whether the arrival of Tevez ends their interest in the likes of Gonzalo Higuain, rumoured to be close to a move to Arsenal, and Fiorentina star Stevan Jovetic.
The Montenegrin international has long been linked with a move to Turin this summer, however with Tevez arriving, it puts his prospective switch in doubt.