A Spanish press release revealed today on Sunday that the Italian Juventus club will join the inclusion of Brazilian midfielder Arthur Milo next summer.
Barcelona is seeking to annex the Bosnian Miralem Pjanic, while Juventus demands the acquisition of Arthur Melo, to agree to conclude the agreement.
There have been numerous reports that Arthur refused to move to Juventus and his membership to stay in Barcelona.
According to the Catalan newspaper “Sport”, Juventus has refused to give in to Arthur’s refusal and is doing everything it can to persuade him to wear the old lady’s jersey next season.
The newspaper confirmed that there were recent developments regarding the negotiations, represented by Arthur’s willingness to accept Juventus’ offer “if certain conditions are met”.
Arthur’s conditions for accepting Juventus have not been set, with Juventus mentioning a salary of up to 5 million euros per season for the Brazilian, which is higher than his salary in Barcelona.
The two clubs are interested in concluding the agreement before June 30, but there is a valuation difference between them in the amount of 10 million euros, where Pjanic was valued at 70 million euros, while they valued Arthur at 80 million euros.