Juventus have officially signed French prodigy Kinglsey Coman as a free agent after his PSG contract expired.
In what many are calling a repeat of the Paul Pogba swoop from Manchester United, the Bianconeri agreed personal terms with 18-year-old Coman after he decided not to renew with Paris Saint-Germain.
The attacking midfielder has played for France at youth level from Under-16 all the way up to Under-19 and has dual French-Guinean citizenship.
Today Juve formally registered the contract that lasts until June 30 2019.
However, the situation is not resolved yet, as now UEFA will try to mediate between the two clubs on how much Juve will pay PSG in compensation, as they ‘raised’ the player in their youth academy.
It’s reported negotiations between them have so far failed to reach an agreement.
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