Multiple reports claim Juventus will buy Miralem Pjanic for €38m, though only €30.4m goes to Roma, after agreeing a five-year contract.
The midfielder has a release clause in his contract with Roma allowing him to walk away if someone pays €38m.
However, it emerged that if the clause is activated, then somewhere between 15 and 20 per cent of that transfer fee will go to the player.
That means Roma will only get €30.4m from the sale of one of their star players, calculate Sky Sport Italia.
It is also reported that today Juventus directors Beppe Marotta and Fabio Paratici were in Rome for talks with Pjanic, agreeing personal terms for a five-year contract worth €4.5m per season plus bonuses.
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