Now that Arthur Melo and Miralem Pjanic have finished their respective medical exams, the steps left to take before they join their new clubs is only a few very obvious ones.
Like, you know, signing their new contracts.
And after doing the medical part of the deal, you can probably guess putting their signature on some official club documents only seemed natural.
According to multiple Italian football journalists, that’s exactly what happened.
Fabrizio Romano of Sky Sport Italia and Goal Italia’s Romeo Agresti have both reported Sunday night that Arthur has put pen to paper on his fancy new five-year contract with Juventus that will run through 2025, with the latter adding Pjanic has also signed his deal with Barcelona. Earlier reports have stated that Arthur’s contract with Juventus will see him earn €5 million net per season, which has been viewed as a big tipping point when it comes to convincing the 23-year-old Brazilian to leave Barcelona.