Juventus have agreed a fee of $13m with Lille for Timothy Weah after completing personal terms with the USMNT forward.
Timothy Weah has been with Lille since 2019 after moving from Paris Saint-Germain and has had a topsy-turvy ride in northern France, first winning the Ligue 1 title in 2021 with Christophe Galtier at the helm but then becoming a more bit-part player under head coach Paulo Fonseca after failing to show consistency last season.
Timothy Weah has failed to agree a new deal in Lille
Weah is now set to cut his time in France for a move to Italian giants with reputable journalist Fabrizio Romano stating that the USMNT wide forward has agreed to a long-term deal with the Old Lady and is excited about the move.
Juventus have reached full agreement to sign Timothy Weah, here we go ⚪️⚫️🇺🇸
Deal agreed on €12m fee with Lille as medical tests will take place later this week on Thursday.
Long term deal also agreed on player side, excited for new chapter in Italy.
Done, set to be signed. pic.twitter.com/J6fM6Tg2PR
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 27, 2023
Wage demands are not believed to be a problem with the 23-year-old set to join USMNT teammate Weston McKennie in Turin once he has completed his medical, set to take place on Thursday this week.