TRANSFER WINDOW CLOSED! That’s all, folks.
DONE DEAL (5:05 p.m. CEST): Juventus have announced that 19-year-old central defender Radu Dragusin has joined joined Ihattaren on loan at Sampdoria for the 2021-22 season. This is a dry loan with no option to buy.
DONE DEAL (4 p.m. CEST): Juventus have announced the signing of PSV Eindhoven creative midfielder Mohamed Ihattaren for a reported fee of around €6 million. Ihattaren, who signed a contract with Juventus through 2025, was immediately sent on loan to Sampdoria for the 2021-22 season.
MIDDAY UPDATE (12-ish p.m. CEST): Here are how things are looking as we officially reach the afternoon in Italy ...
- Moise Kean has officially returned on loan.
- Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Manchester United was finalized.
- Another Juve youth product, Nicolo Fagioli, looks set to join Cremonese on a season-long loan deal, according to Goal Italia’s Romeo Agresti.
- Young Romanian defender Radu Dragusin, who like Fagioli made a handful of appearances last season under Andrea Pirlo, is set to go to Sampdoria on a season-long loan, according to Goal Italia’s Romeo Agresti and Sky Italia’s Gianluca Di Marzio.
- Miralem Pjanic isn’t coming back, according to Romeo Agresti.
DONE DEAL (9:01 a.m. CEST): Juventus have officially announced the arrival of former youth sector standout Moise Kean on an initial two-year loan deal. Juventus has a €28 million obligation to buy the 21-year-old Kean — who was sold to Everton two years ago — in the summer of 2023.
DONE DEAL (8:30 a.m. CEST): Juventus have officially announced the financial terms of Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Manchester United. Juve will receive an initial €15 million transfer fee paid over five years with another €8 million in add-ons possible.
Manchester United had previously announced an agreement with Juventus last Friday.
These are the final hours of the summer transfer window in the year of 2021. That means there’s going to be a whole lot of talk and some deals actually being finalized before the calendar flips over to September and roster moves being put off until the new year.
It is here where the Deadline Day madness, at least when it comes to Juventus, will take place. Well, hopefully not too much madness because that might mean Juve’s actually done something to make us grumpy. Or maybe they will do something nice! That would be a pleasant change when it’s being compared to the last Juventus-related thing we all came to this website to follow a few days ago.
So, enjoy. Hopefully. And have a chat or two about Juve and Serie A Deadline Day.
Check out all of the rumors and deals above, with links to the respective BWRAO posts linked within each summary. Enjoy the show ... hopefully.