Parma are on the verge of wrapping up a deal for Juventus playmaker Sebastian Giovinco, who will join them on a loan deal.
Sportmediaset.it reports the Ducali have edged in front of the chasing pack after presenting an offer which suits the player and Juventus.
The basis of the agreement centres on a loan agreement for the 2010-11 season with Parma paying Juventus around €3 million for the privilege.
As part of the deal the Emiliani will have the option to buy Giovinco permanently at the end of next season.
Juve general director Giuseppe Marotta is scheduled to meet with his Parma colleague Pietro Leonardi to seal the accord and reach a cordial finale.
Genoa, Bari and Lazio were all said to be following 'La Formica Atomica' but is seems Parma will get him after all.
However, his agent Andrea D'Amico said on Monday that no decisions were made, but hinted at the Gialloblu solution.