The Highest-Paid Juventus Stars After Arthur Melo Transfer

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In this article Pjanic to sign a four-year contract with the Spanish side A look at Pjanic's career stats Juventus get a promising mid-fielder in Arthur Juventus have offered Arthur a significant rise in wages Arthur undergoes medical at Juve, signs five-year contract CONFIRMED! "Juventus and the player have signed a five-year contract of employment valid until June 30, 2025", Juventus announced.

Arthur and Pjanic will remain with their current teams until the end of the 2019/20 campaign, which will include the latter stages of the Champions League in August. "The purchase value may increase by a maximum of 10 million euros on the fulfilment of certain conditions during the contractual term".

'He is a player until the last game of the season.

Arthur joined Barcelona from Brazilian club Grêmio in 2018, profitable the league title and Tremendous Cup in his debut period. They have overseen a number of haphazard moves in the transfer market and have been accused of failing to implement any clear sense of direction for the club.

Miralem Pjanic joined Barcelona and Arthur went to Juventus in a direct swap on Monday. The board can generate some immediate profit through Arthur's sale.

Juve confirmed they will pay a fee of €72 million (R1.4 billion) plus €10 million (R194 million) in add-ons for the 23-year-old, while they will receive €60 million (R1.2 billion) plus another €5 million (R97 million) in performance-based bonuses from Barcelona for Pjanic.

The Bosnia and Herzegovina worldwide joined Juventus from Roma in 2016, helping the Bianconeri win the Italian Serie A title three times.

Reacting to the development, Barcelona head coach Setien, who included the player in the squad to face Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, said: 'I have no doubt about his greatest commitment until the last day he is here.

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