JUVENTUS SIGN LUCA PELLEGRINI, SELL LEONARDO SPINAZZOLA TO ROMA

Juventus has never been a club that has been all too big on player swaps. 
Even with how much that the Italian press makes it seem like it will happen all the time transfer rumors involving player swap
Yet, as we sit here on the eve of July starting, Juve have indeed done some swapping of players.
And cash ... right before the end of the month when the books are closed for good for the year.
Juventus officially announced its swap deal with Roma that involves a pair of talented fullbacks. After completing his exams at J Medical earlier in the day Sunday, Luca Pellegrini has officially become a Juventus player, with Leonardo Spinazzola going the other way in the swap deal that also sees Roma send €7.5 million to Juventus with the latter’s transfer value being that much higher than the former’s.
Spinazzola underwent his medicals with Roma early Saturday.
All the details of the deal,
Turin, 30 June 2019 - Juventus Football Club S.p.A. announces that these agreements have been finalized with A.S. Roma S.p.A.:
definitive acquisition of the registration rights of the player Luca Pellegrini for a consideration of € 22 million payable in three financial years. Juventus and the player have signed a 4-year contract of employment until 30 June 2023;
definitive disposal of the registration rights of the player Leonardo Spinazzola for a consideration of € 29.5 million to be paid in three financial years. The economic effect is positive for about € 26.6 million.


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