Il Giornale reporter Luigi Guelpa believes Guardiola has been offered a four-year deal at the Old Lady.
Guelpa was the journalist who broke the news that Cristiano Ronaldo would leave Real Madrid for Juventus last year.
Speaking on Radio CRC, he said:
“I’ve learned that Pep Guardiola already has reached a verbal agreement with Juventus for the next four years.
“It’s the same person who told me that Ronaldo was going to Juventus.”
- Real Madrid are planning a remarkable 300m euros (£259m) bid to take Paris St Germain’s former Barcelona playmaker Neymar, 27, to the Bernabeu. (Sport)
- Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has agreed to replace Massimiliano Allegri at
Juventus, according to the journalist who broke the news that Cristiano Ronaldo would move to Turin. (Radio CRC – via Mirror)
- Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says he would like to return to coach in Spain in the future and regards the interest in him from Real Madrid as a positive result of his work at Spurs. (ESPN)
- Real Madrid left-back Marcelo has agreed terms for a four-year deal to join Ronaldo at Juventus. (La Stampa, via Calciomercato)
- Arsenal have moved a step closer to appointing Monchi as their new technical director after Roma announced the Spaniard had left the club. The 50-year-old worked with Gunners boss Unai Emery at Sevilla. (Telegraph)
- Liverpool and Crystal Palace were among the clubs who wanted the Premier League to investigate allegations of breaches in financial fair play by Manchester City. (Mail)
- Manchester United are watching Benfica and Portugal defender Ruben Dias, 21, as they look to reinforce their defence this summer. (Sun)
- Wolves sent scouts to watch Benfica’s 19-year-old midfielder Joao Felix in the Europa League this week.
- Leeds United are monitoring QPR’s former Arsenal midfielder Luke Freeman, 26. (Talksport)
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has suggested he could settle on a partnership of Marcus Rashford and Romelu Lukaku in the Manchester United attack.
(Manchester Evening News)
- West Ham midfielder Felipe Anderson, 25, says he wants to stay at the London Stadium and become a club hero like former Italian striker Paolo Di Canio. (London Evening Standard)
- Watford winger Gerard Deulofeu, 24, says he is determined to join “a top team” at some stage. (Goal)
- Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson, the oldest manager in Premier League history at the age of 71, insists he has no thoughts of retirement. (Sky Sports)
- Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez admits he is not happy with the way Elias Sorensen’s loan deal with Blackpool is progressing, with the 19-year-old Danish forward restricted to only 32 minutes of match action since his loan switch in January. (Newcastle Chronicle)
- Benitez insists he is happy at Newcastle as he prepares to mark three years in charge at St James’ Park. (Newcastle Chronicle)
- Bayern Munich is in a position to finalise a deal for Lille’s Nicolas Pepe.
- Barcelona and Paris St-Germain are also interested in the Ivory Coast winger, 23. (Le10 Sport)
- Tottenham and South Korea forward Son Heung-min, 26, agrees with his father that he should not marry until he retires as a player