Juventus announced the signing of the Brazilian winger from Bayern Munich this Wednesday on a €6 million loan deal with an option to buy the player for €40 million. The Italian champions announced the signing on their website after he passed the relevant medical tests.
The Turin club have seven days to pay the first €6 million, and will make the deal a permanent one if it pays another €40 million before 30 June 2018. The Brazilian will wear the number 11 shirt, the same number as he wore in the Bundesliga.
The Brazilian is Juve’s second signing this summer after the Uruguayan Rodrigo Bentacur. The Turin club are also on the verge of announcing the signing of the Czech Patrik Schick.