Juventus have made a concrete offer for Manchester United target Wesley Sneijder, giving him a route away from his Galatasaray nightmare, according to the Daily Express.
Sneijder has been looking for a move since the summer, and found himself missing out on wages at various points during the first half of the season.
One of the clubs interested in signing him was Man Utd, with boss Louis van Gaal having worked closely with him for the Dutch national side, including during last year’s World Cup in Brazil, when the duo finished third in the competition.
However, Juve will have to up their bid if they want to bring him back to Serie A.
The winners of last year’s Scudetto made a bid of just £1.5 million, far less than Galatasaray’s valuation of over £15 million.
Despite this, Juve are confident of pushing through a cut price deal for the former Inter Milan player.
They will have to contend with a trio of Premier League rivals, in the form of Man Utd, Manchester City and Southampton, however, with all three clubs keen on signing him and bringing the veteran midfielder to England.
However, Sneijder is keen to move to Turin.