The Bayern Munich coach has arrived in Turin to sign a contract with the Juventus star.

Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Bayern Munich’s manager has arrived in Turin to negotiate the signing of Juventus star Dutch defender Matthijs de Ligt.

Romano wrote on his Twitter account: “As expected, Bayern manager Hasan Salihamidzic has just arrived in Turin to negotiate with Juventus to sign Matthias de Ligt to the Bayern side.”

He added: “Bayern have already discussed all the details of the personal terms with De Ligt and now Juventus are awaiting an official offer from Bayern.”

Italy’s La Gazzetta dello Sport have reported that the Bavarian club is ready to make an offer of up to 90 million euros, including De Ligt.

The post added that Bayern will offer a contract worth 75 million euros, in addition to another 15 million as variables, to meet Juventus’ demands, and if the deal goes through, it will be the most expensive in the history of the German club. .

De Ligt, 22, joined Juventus in the summer of 2019 for €85m from Dutch side Ajax Amsterdam and his current contract with the old lady has been extended until 2024.

Source: Romano + “La Gazzetta dello Sport”.

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