Asamoah's Juventus deal back on
Kwadwo Asamoah could still sign for Juventus
Asamoah's proposed move to the Italian champions stalled last week over his transfer fee.
The Ghana international was expected to sign a bumper deal with the Serie A side last week Tuesday after undergoing successful medicals last week.
The move stalled as Udinese were holding out to for the €15m asking price for the 23-year-old which led to talks on the move freezing.
But after negotiations and talks over the weekend, Asamoah seems to be on the verge of finally signing the contract with the Old Lady.
"I have been kept busy by my son Jason but I will have some news for you very soon," Asamoah tweeted hinting news of the deal could be announced soon.
Udinese chief Gianpaolo Pozzo also revealed that he is resigned to losing his two key players Asamoah and Isla who both had medicals with Juventus last week.
Pozzo seems to agree that the duo have also been sold to Juventus insisting that the club had sold the requisite number of players for the season.
''Obviously we are keeping some things to ourselves right now for tactical reasons, but the team will be competitive despite the fact every summer some players leave for big clubs," Pozzo said.
"It is difficult to keep them when the top sides make an offer.''
Both players are expected to sign five-year contracts with the Turin club.
Asamoah scored three goals in 31 Serie A appearances to help his team finish third and Isla was side-lined for the latter part of the season due to a knee injury.