The Argentine is on the verge of completing his transfer to the Turin side and will earn an estimated 6 million euros per year following the move.
The striker, 25, is edging closer to a Santiago Bernabeu exit having agreed a yearly wage of around 6 million euros with the Serie A giant, which stormed the Scudetto for the second consecutive campaign.
Juve sporting director Giueseppe Marotta has already confirmed that the Bianconeri are chasing the Argentine and now the only missing piece in the transfer, after days of negotiation, is a transfer fee with the Blancos.
Madrid want 25m euros. Though Antonio Conte's side has only gone as high of 20m euros as of Wednesday, an agreement is expected to be met in the next few days.
Higuain has made 188 appearances for the Madrid side, scoring 120 goals in the process.