Juventus have reportedly made signing Dani Osvaldo on a permanent basis one of their priorities ahead of the summer transfer window.
Osvaldo joined the Serie A champions on loan deal from Southampton in January after a disappointing start to his career at St Mary's Stadium.
The deal was reported to include a £15m option to make the move permanent, but Juventus are eager to reach an agreement to sign the Italian for much less, according to The Mirror.
Despite being eager to keep Osvaldo at the club beyond the end of the current season, Juventus are believed to be only willing to pay £7m for the 28-year-old.
Osvaldo was loaned out by Southampton shortly after he headbutted teammate Jose Fonte in training.