However, Calciomercato.it insist there澳门外围投注 is still a €3m gap between offer and demand, so talks must continue next week.
It was initially claimed in the newspapers that his agents and Sevilla directors would fly in for final negotiations some time over the weekend.
According to the latest reports, Juventus will continue talks for Martin Caceres next week to file down the €3m price gap.
The Uruguayan full-back is hoping for a return to Turin after his brief spell there on loan under Ciro Ferrara in 2009-10.
Juventus真人外围投注span> have proposed €1m for the six-month loan plus another €7m at the end of the season.