The two clubs have an agreement and Roma must now discuss personal terms with the Italy international.
If De Sciglio, 27, accepts personal terms with Roma he will move from Turin to the capital.
Any deal for Dzeko will most likely be separate from the De Sciglio transfer.
If they fail to sign Dzeko, Juve will make an approach for Chelsea forward Olivier Giroud, Di Marzio reports.
Kumbulla will give a final answer to Roma by tomorrow morning and if he accepts the move, he’ll join on loan with an obligation to buy for €30m.
Milik’s decision will have a big impact on Juventus’ pursuit of Dzeko, as he would be a direct replacement.
And despite talks again failing, Roma still have some hope that Chris Smalling will return before the transfer window shuts.