Juventus, the Italian soccer league champions, signed Federico Chiesa, who starred with rival Fiorentina, for 50 million euros, hours before the end of the transfer window, today, Monday.
Juventus said that he included Italian Chiesa on loan for two seasons in exchange for ten million euros, with the obligation to buy after that for 40 million euros, in addition to ten million bonuses for performance.
Although Chiesa was a pivotal player in Fiorentina, he will have to fight for his position in Juventus, in the presence of Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, Argentine Paulo Dybala, Spain’s Alvaro Morata and Italian Federico Bernardeschi, a former Fiorentina player.
Chiesa, 22, grew up with Fiorentina, the son of ex-player Enrico Chiesa, who was part of Fiorentinas squad that won the club’s last major title in the Coppa Italia in 2001.
Chiesa began his professional career with Fiorentina in 2016, and played 153 matches, scoring 34 goals, and played 19 international matches for Italy and scored a goal.
Chiesa became the fourth player to join Juventus during the current summer transfer period, after Brazilian midfielder Artur Melo, coming from Barcelona, Morata, who joined Atletico Madrid, and US midfielder Weston McKinney from Schalke 04.
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