Juventus embrace Thiago Zalo.
“Jalo is moving to Juventus. A verbal agreement has been reached and an official contract is being signed. LOSC Lille will get 3.5 million euros in basic fees and a 10 percent sell-on clause. The medical test is scheduled for Wednesday,” said Fabrizio Romano, an expert on the transfer market in European football on his social media on Wednesday. He also mentioned “Here We Go,” which is used to confirm the transfer.
Jalo is a Portuguese centre-back. He is 190 centimeters tall with solid physical strength, and boasts smooth movements and fast speed. He is versatile as he is good at both physical and intelligent defense and has build-up capabilities.
He grew up in Sporting, Portugal. He steadily gained experience, but failed to make his debut in the first division, and took on a new challenge in Italy in the 2018-19 season. His destination was AC Milan. However, the competition was difficult, and he eventually left for France after just one season 헤라카지노.
He stood out here. After moving to Lille, he played in 14 matches including the Cup championships in his first year and participated in the UEFA Champions League. Since then, he has settled down quickly. He has been leading Lille’s defense in a stable manner since the 2021-22 season.
As a result, several teams have drawn attention. Having decided not to sign with Lille, Jalo is close to joining Inter Milan next summer. Inter Milan have been in constant contact with Jalo even before the transfer window opened, and have managed to secure some “OK” signatures.
Against this backdrop, a competitor arose. Juventus is the main character. Unlike Inter Milan, Juventus wanted to pay a transfer fee to bring him in during the winter transfer season. Lille decided that it would be better to sell him in winter for a minimum transfer fee rather than letting him go for free next summer.
The choice was for Jalo. The final decision was for Juventus. Jalo decided that it was the right decision to adapt to the new league as soon as possible.
Radu Dragusin transferred to Tottenham Hotspur F.C. He implicitly helped negotiate a deal, as part of the fee went to Juventus due to the Sell-on clause. When Juventus sold Dragusin to Genoa last summer, it included a 20 percent Sell-on clause. That helped it earn 20 percent of the money from Dragusin’s move to Tottenham. The amount is estimated at around W7 billion to W8 billion. Juventus has added the money well into the deal. Romano said, “The amount will be reinvested immediately in the deal.”