Juventus striker Dušan Vlahović is edging closer to an exit from the Bianconeri as the Serbian international has reached a personal agreement with PSG.
French media news-outlet Footmercato, via TuttomercatoWeb, reports that the 23 year-old has accepted the Ligue 1 giants’ lucrative five-year contract offer worth €11m plus bonuses per season.
However, Vlahovic is forced to remain patient as PSG must reach an accord with Juventus in terms of a reasonable price, as the Old Lady are demanding a transfer fee of €80m for the former Fiorentina marksman.
Since joining Juventus from La Viola 18 months ago, the Serb has struggled heavily to adapt within the life of a Bianconeri as a result of a shift of tactics and multiple injuries suffered throughout his time in Turin.
Despite Vlahovic’s contract with Juventus only set to expire in the summer of 2026, both parties are willing to embark on separate paths as a result of the 23 year-old’s underwhelming form of ten goals and two assists in 25 games-played within the domestic league, as well as the player’s desire to feature in Champions League football.
Julian Faustini Ι GIFN