Italian paper claims officials are meeting in Turin to end weeks of pursuit.
Representatives from Norwich City are currently in Turin to meet Juventus with regards to signing Fabio Quagliarella.
Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport claim that Juventus are ready to consider an offer and that the player himself has even admitted to their being potential for a move.
Quagliarella would be the cherry on top of what has already been a fantastic transfer window for Norwich City, with the club already moving quickly to secure the signatures of forwards Ricky van Wolfswinkle and Gary Hooper.
At 30 years old, Quagliarella could offer invaluable experience at a reasonable price to a Norwich side who struggled for goals last season following the tailing off in form of target man Grant Holt.
Quagliarella contributed nine goals in 27 games to a Juventus side who won their second Serie A title in a row. He will almost certainly have less playing time in the coming season though, following the big-money arrivals of Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez.