The Serbian striker signed a contract until 2027 with Juventus and will leave Fiorentina for a millionaire. The Italians managed to close an agreement that had the best teams in Europe in suspense and Serie A is celebrating that their goals will stay in the local tournament.
By Facundo Di Bona (@facudibona).
One of the jewels of the transfer market already has a team: Dusan Vlahovic, a 21-year-old Serbian striker wanted by many of the big clubs in Europe, signed for Juventus in Turin until 2027 and will wear number 7.
La Vechia Signora, which accelerated the operation in recent days, paid around 75 million euros to Fiorentina for one of the most promising scorers in the world.
Official details of Dusan Vlahović deal from Juventus statement ⚪️⚫️ #Juve
€70m guaranteed to Fiorentina to be paid in 3 installments
€10m potential add-ons to be paid next years
€11.6m agents fees plus additional details
Vlahović will earn €7m net per season as salary. pic.twitter.com/R1U2LUpF3x
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 28, 2022
With the signing of him, the club took a great leap in quality in the offensive aspect after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United last summer, something that he desperately needed given the need not to suffer for qualifying for the Champions League.
His arrival in Turin could speed up the departure of Álvaro Morata to Barcelona, although it is Atlético Madrid that has the last word.
Massimiliano Allegri made it clear at the beginning of January that the Spaniard was not going to leave the team, but the arrival of the Balkan changes everything for this final stretch of the market.
Vlahovic following in his GOAT's footsteps ? pic.twitter.com/erZfYWjL9j
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) January 28, 2022
Vlahovic, born in Belgrade in 2000, began his professional career with Partizan in his hometown, the club with which he debuted in the First Division at the age of 17.
After two seasons in the first team, he signed for Fiorentina in 2018 in exchange for 1 million euros plus incentives, something that today seems nonsense and enlarges the figure of the Viola team with a tremendous business.
The Serbian jewel was uncovered during the 2020-21 season converting 21 goals in 40 games between all competitions.
Dusan vlahovic ~ welcome to juventus ??⚪️⚫️ pic.twitter.com/IFvAQu9qtL
— DI?? (@elite_juventino) January 27, 2022
That led him to be sought after last summer by big clubs in the big leagues, including Atlético de Madrid, Arsenal and Manchester City.
In 2021-22, his records are even better than the previous year: he accumulated with Fiorentina a total of 20 goals in 24 games, signing an average of 0.83 per match, one of the best in all of Europe.