After weeks of negotiating it seems Juventus and Watford have come to an agreement for Roberto Pereyra.
According to Sky Sports UK, Watford and Juventus have finally found a fee that works for both of them in regards to Pereyra. The Premier League side will reportedly pay 15 million euros for the former Udinese man and will acquire him outright. Before the transfer becomes official, however, Pereyra must find an agreement with Watford. In the coming days the parties will meet in order to hash out an agreement.
Following an impressive first season with the club, Pereyra fell off the radar at Juventus due to inconsistency and injury problems. In England, he will once again have the opportunity to be a catalyst and take his career forward after recent stagnation.