Juventus was defeated by Barca in the Champions league Final, thus becoming the team with the most defeats ever in the finals, but in Turin they don’t rest. After signing Paulo Dybala in a €40million deal, Allegri already got and the second player to boost even further the first team for the next season.
World Cup winner with Germany, Sami Khedira has joined the Italian old/new Champions Juventus on a free transfer and has agreed a four-year contract with the Bianconeri.
Khedira joined the Los Blancos under Jose Mourinho’s era at the club, but Khedira saw very little game time under the Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti during the last season. Therefor he failed to agree terms on a new deal with the club from Madrid. The Germany international was recently linked with the Premier league sides as Chelsea and Arsenal while the Bundesliga team, Schalke 04 was also reportedly interested to capture Sami Khedira.
“Juventus Football Club has today completed the signing of Sami Khedira,” read a statement released on the Bianconeri’s official website on Tuesday.
“The 28-year-old, who will officially join from Real Madrid on a free transfer on 1 July 2015, has agreed terms on a four-year contract which expires on 30 June 2019.
“Khedira, who is normally deployed in front of the defence as a ball-winning midfielder, is able to cover a lot of ground while also possessing excellent passing and shooting ability, and great vision of the game.
“Bianconeri boss Massimiliano Allegri is set to add a player of class, quality and international experience to his ranks, ready to enrich one of the strongest midfields in world football.”
It’s obvious that the France international Paul Pogba is on his move from Turin and that the Bianconeri are preparing for his departure.