Juventus have officially sold striker Stephy Mavididi to French side HSC Montpellier for €6.3m, while Felix Correia arrives from Manchester City in exchange for Pablo Moreno.
Mavididi had spent this season in France on loan to Dijon, but could not agree personal terms for an extension.
It had seemed this morning as if the move to Montpellier had collapsed, with Atalanta or Lille stepping in.
However, Juve released a statement this evening confirming he had completed the transfer.
The sale is worth €6.3m, payable over three instalments.
This operation generates a positive economic effect of circa €4m for Juventus.
At the same time, Juve also announced an exchange deal with Manchester City.
Felix Correia arrives for €10.5m and the player has signed a five-year contract.
In turn, former Barcelona forward Moreno has made the move to Manchester City for €10m.
This generates a profit of €7.6m for the Bianconeri, who picked Moreno up as a free agent.
Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £9.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/