Juventus reveals that Italy Winger Federico Chiesa from Fiorentina has joined them in 60 million-Euro Deal. It was also disclosed by Juventus that he has signed an initial two-year loan deal with the management. On Monday, The Italian champions reported only hours before the end of the exchange window that Juventus disclosed that Federico Chiesa who is now the now 22-year-old, had signed on an initial two-year deal worth 10 million euros, “after which they would buy him for 40 million euros that will be subject to the achievement of certain given sporting goals by the end of the season 2021/2022”. He may further confirm another deal worth 40 million euros if he can perform well in by the end of the season 2021-22. The fee can only be rise upon his achievement of further performance.
Juventus reveals Italy Winger Federico Chiesa Joining
On Monday, The transfer of Italy Winger Federico Chiesa was first disclosed by Serie A before either club had made an announcement when it included the move among the list of completed deals on its website. Federico Chiesa agreed supposedly for five million euro yearly compensation with Juventus and had his clinical in Florence on Monday before joining the Italy crew in front of three matches confronting Roberto Mancini’s ‘Azzurri’ throughout the following 10 days.
He is viewed as probably the most sizzling possibility and Juve’s enthusiasm for the player has been no mystery throughout the last couple of seasons. The pacy winger scored multiple times and showed up in all competitions for Fiorentina in the 2019/20 mission.
Federico Chiesa had played almost 19 times for his national team since the day he made his international debut in 2018. His joining in Juve follows the takeoffs of defenders Daniele Rugani and Mattia De Sciglio to Ligue 1 groups Rennes and Lyon separately, just as Bayern Munich-bound Douglas Costa. On the other hand, Fiorentina revealed that they replaced Chiesa with Jose Callejon, who arrives as a free agent following his departure from Napoli in August.