Javier Hernandez seems to be ready to get away from Old Trafford, but Manchester United are reportedly holding up the process.
Juventus are on the lookout for another striker after £15.8 million summer signing Alvaro Morata picked up a knee injury in his first training session with the club.
The Italian champions have been linked with various attackers over the last few weeks but they seem to have settled on Hernandez, who is low down in Manchester United's pecking order.
Juventus directors are said to have met with Hernandez's representatives yesterday and got the green light, but they are waiting on United's decision.
However, La Stampa believes the Premier League outfit only want to sell Hernandez outright while Juventus are only willing to do a loan deal.
The two clubs are expected to talk further shortly, possibly over the weekend, to see if they can agree a solution.