Bosnian international Miralem Pjanic have joined Juventus on a five-year deal from Roma, the club confirmed Monday evening.
The 26-year-old forced his way out of Rome after submitting a transfer request – he was granted his wish and signed for the Old Lady after passing a medical in Turin on Sunday.
Gazzetta dello Sport reports that the five-year deal is worth €4.5m per season and surely go down as one of the biggest deal in the Serie A this season but likely to make the player public enemy number one in the capital.
“Juventus FC have reached an agreement to sign the player Miralem Pjanic from AS Roma”, a statement on the Old Lady’s official website confirmed.
The deal to Juventus was made possible due to a €38m release clause included in his contract in 2014 and the Bianconeri gladly activated it.
Pjanic joined the Giallorossi from Lyon in 2011, and scored 30 goals in 185 appearances for the capital club.