Juventus have officially confirmed the sale with a buyback clause of Rolando Mandragora to Udinese, for a transfer fee of €20m
The young midfielder joined the Bianconeri in January 2016, before being loaned out to Pescara and Crotone.
He made his Italy debut last month in the 1-0 defeat to France, but has been unable to carve out a place in Turin.
“Juventus Football Club S.p.A. announces that the agreement with Udinese Calcio S.p.A. for the definitive disposal of the registration rights of the player Rolando Mandragora has been finalised for a consideration of €20m to be paid in four financial years,” the club confirmed in a statement.
“The economic effect is positive for around €14.7m.
“The agreement also provides Juventus the option, to be exercised at the end of 2019-2020 season, for the definitive re-acquisition of the player at a price of €26m to be paid in two financial years.
“In the case that Udinese Calcio definitively transfer the player to a third club before the expiration date of this option, Juventus will be entitled to receive an indemnity of €200,000 and a bonus equal to 50 per cent of the amount collected by Udinese for the definitive transfer, above the sum of €20m.”