Juventus director Fabio Paratici is still in London working with Manchester City to sell Joao Cancelo for €35m plus Danilo.
The director of sport remains in England for negotiations both with Manchester United over Romelu Lukaku and Manchester City.
There were somedisagreements over the valuation of both playersinvolved, but they seem to be working towards a solution.
According to the latest report from Sky Sport Italia, Juventus have lowered their demands to Danilo plus €35m in cash.
They still need to work out the personal terms with Brazilian full-back Danilo, which Paratici is also doing today with his agent.
Danilo currently earns €5m per year until June 2022, so the Bianconeri are proposing a longer contract with a lower salary, spreading that remaining wage out to June 2023 at €3.5m per year.
This move would reunite Danilo with his old FC Porto teammate Alex Sandro.
It was reported that Manchester City considered Danilo to be worth €30m and Cancelo just under €60m, whereas Juve rated Danilo at €25m and Cancelo €70m.