Juve has agreements with Matuidi

French media reported that Juventus have achieved a concurrence with Blaise Matuidi, while chats with Paris Saint-Germain are proceeding.

The midfielder needs a move to Italian champions, however the French club needs 40 million euros for him.

While the Old Lady tries to lessen this figure, Le Parisien reports that the player and his operator, Mino Raiola, met with delegates of Juve on Tuesday.

The two sides have achieved understanding on a fundamental level on an agreement accepted to be three or four years.

L’équipe and France Football report that Matuidi will profit by 4.5 million euros for each season.

In any case, the daily papers report that PSG has rejected offers of cash Juventus said to have been somewhere around 25 and 30 million euros and French champion keeps on looking for 40 million euros.