Juventus have officially sold Milos Krasic to Fenerbahce for €7m and signed Paul Pogba on a free transfer from Manchester United.
Both moves had been in the works for some time, but were made official over the last few hours.
Krasic has been sold to Turkish side Fenerbahce for €7m, to be paid over a two-year period, announced the club.
The statement also noted this would have a “negative impact” on the 2011-12 financial records, as Krasic was sold for €1.6m less than Juve bought him for.
Meanwhile, Pogba has finally made his move to Juventus official, after having already played for the Bianconeri in a summer friendly against Benfica on Wednesday.
The 19-year-old French midfielder was a free agent after his deal with Manchester United expired.
A statement confirmed Pogba has signed a four-year contract with the Turin giants.
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