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Juventus agrees to a complicated deal to offload Pjaca

July 20, 2022 - 11:00 pm

Juventus has agreed to a complicated deal to offload Marko Pjaca to Sampdoria in the coming days.

He was on loan at Torino last season, but Il Toro didn’t see enough to make his move permanent.

He returned to the Allianz Stadium, and the Bianconeri told him to find a new home.

Injuries limited his contributions to Torino in the last campaign, but he still has interest from La Samp.

They have been in talks with Juve over his signature for some time now and a new report on Calciomercato says they are close to finalising an agreement.

The report claims Juve will renew his contract until 2024. He will then join Sampdoria on a three-year deal, but the first two will be on loan from the Bianconeri.

La Samp will then pay Juve 200,000 euros to add him to their squad permanently in 2024.

Juve FC Says

This is one of the most complicated deals Juve has ever struck, but the most important thing is that the club will finally offload him.

Pjaca came with so much expectation, but he leaves as one of the club’s worst signings.

Hopefully, his career will kick on at Sampdoria and he will deliver a better performance in Serie A.

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    Ros July 20, 2022 at 11:47 pm

    Too bad it didn’t work out with Pjaca. He’s a fantastic talent that had a big injury that sidelined him for a year. Too bad he couldn’t fully recover

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    JohnG July 21, 2022 at 2:46 am

    That’s kind of a harsh assessment about being one of the worst signings. The poor guy broke his leg, and blew out his ACL twice. We were unfortunate to never see him realize his potential at Juve after a good run at Dinamo.

    When I think worst signings, I think Ramsey, Diego, Amauri, Bendtner, Melo. Not a guy whose injuries robbed him.

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      Juvent1n0chivasso July 21, 2022 at 3:23 am

      True 100% the one thing i dont understand is how the hell do they still have this guy under contract. I mean how many damn years did they give him. His contract should have been expired by now.