Details have started to emerge in regards to the deal which will see Bari defender Leonardo Bonucci join Juventus.
Since the player is co-owned between the Biancorossi and Genoa, Bari had to firstly purchase the 50 per cent share off the Grifoni, which was valued at €8 million. Datasport allege that the Bianconeri helped to fund a portion of this figure.
On top of this, the Turin giants had to give the Puglia-based side €5 million for their stake in the stopper.
There is also discussion that the Bianconeri will give either Michele Paolucci or Ciro Immobile as a part of the deal, and co-own the playing contract of midfielder Sergio Almiron, which is set to be worth €2.5 million.
The 23-year-old had an impressive past season, playing in all 38 matches for the Galletti. He did not play in any of Italy's three World Cup matches before they were eliminated from the competition by Slovakia.
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