Paris Saint-Germain has reportedly completed the deal that would send Leandro Paredes to Juventus on a loan deal with an obligation to buy.
On Wednesday, Goal Italia’s Romeo Agresti reported that the final details have been hashed out between the two clubs and that the 28-year-old midfielder is now a Juventus player.
Regarding the financial aspects, TyC Sports César Luis Merlo reported on Tuesday that the capital club would loan the Argentine out for one year, with a purchase obligation of just over €20 million.
Paredes will arrive in Turin on Wednesday to undergo medical tests and sign with Juventus until June 2025, with the possibility of extending it until 2026.
The makeover of the PSG midfield has been completed by sporting advisor Luis Campos, who has brought in three new midfielders, with a possible fourth in Carlos Soler reportedly on the verge of completion.
As for Paredes, a move to Italy means he doesn’t have to compete much for starting minutes at Juventus and joins former PSG teammate Ángel Di María at the Italian club.
Furthermore, the midfielder will return next week when PSG and Juventus faceoff on Matchday 1 of the UEFA Champions League.