One of the breakout stars of the Serie A campaign, Parma's Dejan Kulusevski has caught the attention of all of the league's top clubs, with his scoring prowess and classy play. Kulusevski is the subject of a race between Inter and Juve to get their hands on the 2000-born striker. Juventus has struck in the past few hours, finding an agreement with the player on economic terms and his role in the club, while Inter has not yet found a total agreement.
Juventus director Paratici has been crucial in finalizing the deal, agreeing to terms with the player and beating out the competition from other clubs. The fee of the sale is set at €35m plus add-ons which could reach a total of €40m. The signatures, which are set to arrive when the transfer window opens, are the only piece remaining. The deal will be completed in June, but Juventus could keep open the idea of moving the player in January, if Parma are able to find a replacement such as Pjaca. Kuluseveski will earn a salary of €2m per season net of taxes for five years.