The Turin outfit have agreed the temporary signing of the Italian striker, who has struggled for regular football since the summer and the arrival of Pablo OsvaldoJuventus have reportedly sealed a six-month loan deal for Roma forward Marco Borriello, and will have the opportunity to sign the unsettled Italian on a permanent basis if he impresses in Turin.
Sky Sports 24 claims the Bianconeri have completed the temporary switch for Borriello, who has struggled for first-team football since Luis Enrique took over at Roma.
The club are believed to have paid between €500,000 and €1 million for the transfer and have the option to make the deal permanent for another €7.5m.
The 29-year-old began his career at Milan and has represented Genoa, Sampdoria and Treviso amongst other Italian clubs.
He netted 11 times in Serie A during his first season at Roma in 2010-11, but has played second-fiddle to Pablo Osvaldo since the Argentine-born forward arrived at the Stadio Olimpico in the summer.