The Giallorossi and Manchester United are close to agreeing a deal to host the Champions League group stage clash between the sides in October, according to Sky Sport Italia.
The Nerazzurri are also close to a deal with the Premier League side to host a Europa League game between the clubs in November, Sky Sport Sport Italian Sport reports.
Sky Sport Itlia says Juventus and Manchester have agreed an agreement on the club’s 2019-20 Europa League campaign, which will see Juventus host the first leg of the group stage against Real Madrid.
According to Sky Sports, Juventus have already secured a €20 million (€21.5m) signing-on fee and are hoping to complete a deal in the coming days.
The deal is reportedly worth €6.2m (€7.3m).
The club have also agreed a €5m loan deal with Barcelona.
Sky Sports adds that the deal is believed to be for two years, but the club have yet to confirm a fee.
Sky Italia reports the deal has already been ratified by UEFA and will be presented to UEFA’s ethics committee.
It has been widely speculated that Juventus will go up against Barcelona in the first round of the Champions league group stage, but a deal has not yet been struck.