Juventus have officially signed Miralem Pjanic from Roma, as confirmed by the club in a statement.
The 26-year-old midfielder's transfer will certainly go down as one of the biggest moves in Serie A this summer, whilst the player suddenly turned into public enemy number one in the capital.
After completing his medicals today, Pjanic signed his contract to officially become a Juventus player, with Gazzetta dello Sport reporting a five-year deal worth €4.5m per season.
“Juventus FC have reached an agreement to sign the player Miralem Pjanic from AS Roma", a statement on the Old Lady's official website confirmed.
Pjanic joined the Giallorossi from Lyon in 2011, and scored 30 goals in 185 appearances for the capital club.
However, when signing a new contract in 2014, a €38m release clause was included, and the Bianconeri activated it before taking him to Turin.