Turin-Vlasic: this is it

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Turin-Vlasic: this is it

Nikola Vlasic’s return to the Granata shirt is getting closer and closer. As ‘Tuttosport’ reports, in fact, Torino would have found an agreement with West Ham to bring the Croatian midfielder back to Italy, this time on a permanent basis.

Vlasic, in fact, had returned to West Ham at the end of the season after playing the last year on loan at the granata. Now, however, the Piedmontese club’s management has managed to reach an agreement with the Hammers for a sum of 10 million euros plus 2 million in bonuses, along with a percentage on the player’s future resale, to buy the Croatian national team fantasist outright.

There are still some details to be ironed out but the negotiations are in the home stretch. A four-year deal worth two million euros net per season is ready for Vlasic. The Croatian trequartista, meanwhile, has already arrived in Milan, ready to re-embrace coach Juric once the deal goes through.

Last season with the Torino shirt, Vlasic collected 37 appearances, scoring five goals and providing eight assists between the league and Coppa Italia, making him one of the key men in the granata’s offensive phase.

From next July 1, it will be possible to deposit the contracts for the players who will make up the teams’ rosters for the 2023/2024 season.

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