It’s done: Juventus have landed Douglas Costa. Giuseppe Marotta’s recent swoop has seen the Bianconeri nab the Man United, Man City and Liverpool target on a two-year loan.
The Brazilian will be paid €6 million, but will cost €40m more in 2019, when the Bianconeri will be obliged to buy the former Shakhtar man.
The Bayern winger is set to undergo his medical tomorrow, as well as sign a deal which will keep him in Turin for four years.
His arrival could force Arsenal target Juan Cuadrado out of the J Stadium.
Giuseppe Marotta and agent Giovanni Branchini met today with Jan-Christian Dreesen and Michael Gerlinger, who represent the Bavarians.
The meeting occurred in Municgh, on Prinzregentenstraße 73.
Costa is set to become Juve’s third non-EU player.
The former Shakhtar player only started 19 goals in all comps last season, scoring eight times in total. He wanted playing time in order to be a part of Brazil’s World Cup 2018 team.