Juventus forward Marko Pjaca has joined city rivals, Torino. The Turin club announced officially that Pjaca has moved to Torino on loan with a buy-out option. The further year purchase option is worth to be between €5 and €7 million.
The Croatia international completed the transfer yesterday, and there are reports that if he makes a certain number of appearances this season, the option will become an obligation to buy.
According to reports, the fee for making the move permanent will be between €5 million and €7 million.
“Marko Pjaca will play at Torino next season after his loan move across the city was made official. The loan deal will be valid until 30 June 2022, with the right to redeem,” read a Juventus statement.
“Born in Zagreb in 1995, Pjaca joined Juventus in 2016. He has spent the more recent years on loan to Schalke 04, Fiorentina, Anderlecht and Genoa. Good luck for this new adventure!”
Pjaca joined Juventus in 2016 after playing four years at Dinamo Zagreb. The Old Lady acquired the singing for €23 million and after two years sent the midfielder on a loan to Schalke in 2018. In the span of two years, Pjaca made 14 appearances for Bianconneri but failed to score a single goal. Being a Juventus player the 26-year-old has been on loan since 2018. Now Marko Pjaca has joined Torino and this is his 5th loan deal in the last 5 years.