Juve confirms its blow to Milan

When it seemed that Kaio Jorge would be rossonero, Vecchia Signora broke into the negotiation and took the pearl of Santos for 4.5 million.

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Kaio Jorge will play for Juventus, who have checkmated Milan as far as their signing is concerned. Everything seemed headed for the attacker's landing in San Siro, but Vecchia Signora has overtaken the Rossoneri on the right and takes one of the Brazilian pearls of the moment, as Santos himself confirmed in an official statement. "Juventus has fulfilled the conditions we asked for and which we believe are the best for the club at the moment, given the scenario in which we find ourselves. Good luck to Kaio Jorge." Word of Andrés Rueda, president of Peixe.

Throughout the negotiation, there has been talk of Kaio's incorporation in January, but his arrival in Turin will not be delayed and Allegri will have the talented footballer at his disposal. The Vecchia Signora is thus ahead of all the teams that had been interested in hiring him: Inter, Naples, Lazio and even Atleti also had him scheduled. The figures in which the agreement has been closed are around 4.5 million euros, as confirmed by Fabrizio Romano. That is, 1.5 now, 1.5 next January and a final million as a bonus if certain variables are met.

The forward, born in Olinda on January 24, 2002, has shown that despite his age he has a great personality and his pulse did not tremble as he leapt to professionalism. 84 games and 17 goals are a good example of this. Kaio Jorge is valued at 12 million euros on Transfermarkt, but the operation has been closed at a lower amount for two reasons: the contract ended in December this year and Santos's financial situation is far from buoyant. Hence, the Brazilian team decided that the transfer was the best option for all parties.Prepared for the jump

That personality we are talking about was demonstrated in the 2020 Copa Libertadores, where he started and scored five decisive goals on the way for Peixe to the final, which they lost to Palmeiras. A year earlier, in 2019, he was under-17 world champion with Brazil. Now it will be Juventus that must finish polishing the edges of the diamond. In Turin he can learn from Cristiano Ronaldo and Dybala, as long as there is no summer turn of events (CR7 still dreams of Real Madrid, as reported by AS). In addition, he will have three compatriots (Alex Sandro, Danilo and Arthur) who will surely make the adaptation easier for him. The Bianconera fans will welcome you with open arms after choosing them ahead of Milan.



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