Barcelona have confirmed the signing of Miralem Pjanic from Juventus on a deal that could rise to be worth €65 million in total.
Following the departure of Arthur Melo from the club, Barcelona have announced the signing of Pjanic from Juventus.
Not officially confirmed as one but in theory it would mean Barcelona and Juventus engaged in a swap-deal between both players.
Pjanic has now signed a deal with Barcelona for the next four seasons. Quite interesting in the deal is that it includes a release clause of a whopping €400 million as per the club’s website.
The midfielder will remain at Juventus for the rest of the campaign, however, with the Bosnian continuing on through the club’s Serie A and Champions League campaigns.
Pjanic heads to La Liga after four seasons with Juventus, having joined the Serie A champions from Roma in 2016.
Since he joined the club in the summer of 2017, the 30-year-old has featured 171 times for the Bianconeri, scoring 22 times and supplying 36 assists.