Al Jazira have confirmed they have completed a deal to sign Juventus’ Mirko Vucinic, handing the striker a three-year contract.
Reports emerged earlier this week that the UAE outfit had come in with a bid for the Montenegrin and yesterday he was reported as having landed in Abu Dhabi to undergo medical tests.
On from this, the club have confirmed via their official Twitter feed that they have completed formalities with Vucinic and ‘officially signed’ him.
The club’s brief statement also says details of the deal will be revealed at a Press conference next week.
It is speculated that Vucinic has signed off on a three-year contract worth €5m and bonuses, whilst Juve will pull in €6m for his sale.
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