The Italian champions Juventus are all set to sell Fernando Llorente to make a way for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani to Turin this summer, as reported by The Express.
The Spaniard has failed to settle in Italy since moving from Athletic Bilbao in 2013, scoring just five goals in 25 league games so far this season.
However, the Premier League outfit Tottenham have been linked with the 30 year old forward recently, as reported by The Express, and the Serie A club will use that interest to raise funds for a spending spree this summer.
Whereas, Cavani, 28, has failed to make an impact in the French capital since joining the Persians from Napoli in 2013.
The Uruguayan international future looks uncertain at the Parc des Princes, who has regularly been in rumours to be linked with a move away to Manchester United.
Cavani has scored eight goals in 28 league games for the French champions and he seem to be the ideal replacement of Llorente in Italy.