The Bianconeri have raised their offer for co-ownership of the striker to 3.8 million euros and also made Australia international James Troisi part of the package.
The Turin club has been tracking the Italy Under-21 international for some time, and has been forced into action by Udinese's sudden interest in the highly-rated forward.
Indeed, Juve sporting director Fabio Paratici spent all of Wednesday thrashing out a player-plus-cash agreement with Atalanta that will see the Old Lady pay approximately 3.8 million euros for co-ownership of Gabbiadini and hand over Australia international James Troisi, who spent last season with Turkish outfit Kayserispor, to the Orobici.
Once the deal is finalized, the Serie A champion will honor a long-standing agreement with Bologna to send the player to the Dall'Ara for a year. Juve also intends to loan the Rossoblu right back Marco Motta, who is deemed surplus to requirements by coach Antonio Conte.
In addition, Bologna sporting director Roberto Zanzi raised the possibility of taking Simone Padoin off the Bianconeri's hands for the upcoming season during talks with Paratici on Wednesday, but the midfielder could also be used as makeweight in any potential move for Fiorentina forward Stevan Jovetic.
Though Juve will have little problem finding potential suitors for Padoin, it is still having great difficulty in drumming up interest in either Vincenzo Iaquinta or Jorge Martinez.
Nobody is interested in signing the pair outright. Consequently, the Bianconeri are now ready to cancel Iaquinta's contract and offering to contribute towards Martinez's wages should anyone be willing to take the Uruguayan on loan.
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