Two million, the difference for the pass from Memphis to Juventus

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The FC Barcelona and the Juventus Almost everyone is ready to announce the agreement for the passage of Memphis Depay to the ‘vecchia Signora’ with a letter of independence, as the Dutch striker wanted. Now, according to the Italian newspaper Tuttosport, all that is left is to file payment details with the attacker. At this point, Memphis wants to receive the deferred salary of his first season at Barcelona with some difference between the club and its agent of around two million euros. There, in the liquidation of the contract, lies the lack of agreement to give the green light to his departure.

The idea of Juventus has signed Memphis for two seasons and an optional one, where he can get the striker he wants in the summer of 2021 when he is released from Olympique Lyon. The weight of ronald koeman made the footballer choose for him Barcelonawho fell in love with him a year ago when he was unable to leave the Ligue 1 due to Barça’s delicate economic situation due to covid.

The FC Barcelona decided to release Memphis before ‘overbooking’ forwards without receiving anything by way of transfer as it cost him nothing last year. Of course, in addition to the salary, the increase this season, which will be saved by the Barça club, it negotiated with Juventus to forgive five million in the variables set in the transfer of Miralem Pjanic in 2020 at Barcelona with 60 fixed ‘kilo’.

Source: La Verdad

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