An hour and a half apart, the Barcelona has made the recruitment from the midfielder Miralem Pjanic, of the Juventus, in exchange of 60 million euros, plus 5 in variables. It is the second part of barter made with the Turin club, which in return buys from Blaugrana Arthur Melo for 72 million (plus 10 possible variables).
12 million profit
In the barter with Juventus, Barça wins 12 million euros, but loses a 23-year-old footballer with a long history
The financial makeup operation you settle with a benefit theoretical 12 million euros in favor of Barça (future variables on the sidelines), for an exchange of midfielders who play in similar positions, the Brazilian, 23, for exploiting football, and the Bosnian, 30, in his last years of race.
Pjanic will be the second soccer player Bosnian who lands at the Camp Nou after the discreet Meho
Curl, signed from Real Sociedad in 1995 (he played a single season in Blaugrana, to emigrate to Tenerife and Alavés). The midfielder signs for four seasons, until the end of 2023-24 and will have a termination clause of 400
millions of euros.
The Bosnian joins Trincao (Sporting Braga), Matheus Fernandes (Palmeiras) and Pedri (Las Palmas) as reinforcement for the next course
The Bosnian will be the fourth signing of Barça for next season after Francisco Trincao (Sporting Braga), Matheus Fernandes (now on loan from Palmeiras to Valladolid) and Pedri (on loan in Las Palmas after being tied up in 2019).
With its sale, the Juventus too makeup their accounts, since it enters 60 million euros for a player already practically amortized, for which paid 32 million four years ago to Roma. In both cases, the transfers will not be computed until the 2020-21 financial year, when they will begin to be amortized economically.