Barcelona and Juventus are in talks about a possible swap deal involving Ivan Rakitic and Federico Bernardeschi.
Rakitic was linked with an exit from Camp Nou during the close season, but ended up staying at Barca.
But he could be on his way to Turin and Bernardeschi may be heading in the opposite direction.
TOP STORY – BARCA, JUVE IN RAKITIC-BERNARDESCHI SWAP TALKS
Barcelona and Juventus are discussing a possible swap deal involving Rakitic and Bernardeschi, according to AS.
The report says Rakitic – who has made just six LaLiga starts this season – has already agreed personal terms with the Serie A giants.
However, the clubs are yet to reach an agreement, with Rakitic six years older than Italy international Bernardeschi.
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