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Juventus Transfers: 10 most expensive sales ranked

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Over the past few years, Juventus have emerged as one of the biggest spenders in Europe after being involved in multiple high-profile transfer moves.

Recently too, Juventus have been a part of one of the most talked transfer moves.

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The Bianconeries have already secured the signing of Arthur Melo from Barcelona, while Miralem Pjanic will take the opposite route to join the Catalans.

So, with Pjanic all set to leave Juventus after the season concludes, let’s take a look at the ten most expensive departures from the most successful Italian club in history.

#10 Leonardo Spinazzola – €29.5m to AS Roma in 2019

Italy international Leonardo Spinazzola joined AS Roma from Juventus in the summer of 2019 for €29.5 million, with Luca Pelligrini moving in the opposite direction.


The left-footed versatile wing-back, who can also play on the right side of the field, made just 12 appearances in all competitions for the Italian champions before making his move to Roma.

#9 Alvaro Morata – €30m to Real Madrid in 2016

The current Atletico Madrid forward, Alvaro Morata helped Juventus to win the domestic double in the 2015-16 campaign before being shifted out to Real Madrid for a transfer fee of €30 million in 2016.


Morata found the back of the net on 27 occasions and provided 18 assists in 93 outings across all competitions for Juventus. The Spanish international also helped the Italian club to lift five trophies, including two Serie A titles during his two-year spell in Turin.

#8 Mattia Caldara – €35m to AC Milan in 2018

Juventus offloaded Matia Caldara to their Italian foes, AC Milan in 2018 for €35 million, after loaning him out to Atalanta the season before.


Although the 26-year-old defender failed to make his debut for the Old Lady, the club made good money out of his sale, with the player currently occupying the eighth spot on the list.

Caldara is currently on loan at Atalanta, his third spell at the club, having started his career with La Deas.

#7 Filippo Inzaghi – €36.15m to AC Milan in 2001

In at number seven is Italian legend Flippo Inzhagi, who conquered Europe during his playing days with his exploits in front of goal.


Inzaghi moved to AC Milan in the summer of 2001 after plying his trade in Turin for four seasons, appearing in more than 160 matches and winning multiple accolades in the process.

But Inzaghi’s best years came in the famous red and black stripes of AC Milan as he tore apart defences for fun, guiding the Rossoneri to two Serie A titles and two UEFA Champions League crowns among other honours.

#6 Arturo Vidal – €39.25m to Bayern Munich in 2015

The current Barcelona midfield warrior, Arturo Vidal made a name for himself while playing for the Old Lady during the start of the previous decade. Vidal joined Juve from Bundesliga outfit Bayer Leverkusen for €10.5 million in 2011 and slowly cemented his place in the club’s starting XI.


The Chilean international made 171 appearances across all competitions during his four-year spell at Juventus, helping the club achieve newer heights with his combusting style of play.

The midfielder was a crucial part of one of the most successful Juventus teams ever, before being shifted out to Bayern Munich in 2015 for €39.25 million.

#5 Leonardo Bonucci – €42m to AC Milan in 2017

Italy international Leonardo Bonucchi moved to AC Milan in 2017 for €42 million after serving seven long years for the Old Lady.

During his time at Juve, the strongly built centre-back established himself as one of the best defenders in the world, standing like a rock in Juventus’ strong defensive line.


However, after spending a single season at Milan, Bonucci returned to Juventus for his second spell at the Turin-based club in a swap deal involving Mattia Caldara in 2018.

The 33-year-old defender has been one of the main reasons behind Juve’s domestic dominance in the last decade or so.

#4 Miralem Pjanic – €60m+5m in variables to Barcelona in 2020

Bosnian midfielder Miralem Pjanic is all set to join Barcelona after the season concludes in a swap deal involving Brazilan international Arthur Melo.


The 30-year-old midfielder has agreed to join the Catalan giants in a deal worth an initial €60 million, plus €5 million in add-ons.

Since joining Juve in the summer of 2016, Pjanic has made more than 200 appearances for the Bianconeri across all competitions, lifting several accolades both individually and collectively.

#3 Joao Cancelo – €65m to Manchester City in 2019

In at number three is Portuguese right-back, Joao Cancelo, who moved to Manchester City from Juventus last summer for €65 million.


Known for his speed, offensive attributes, and dribbling skills, Cancelo belongs to the next generations of full-backs, who can contribute to both sides of the field.

Cancelo made 34 appearances during his single-year-stay at Juventus and became the world’s most expensive right-back after making his move to the Etihad from Juventus.

#2 Zinedine Zidane – €77.5m to Real Madrid in 2001

Widely regarded as one of the best in history, Zinedine Zidane moved to Real Madrid in 2001 for €77.5 million after dishing out several stand-out performances for both Juventus and France.


Zidane was named the Serie A Foreign Footballer of the Year in his first-ever season with Juventus, after winning the 1996-97 Serie A title and the 1996 Intercontinental Cup in his debut campaign in Italy.

The French legend turned out on 212 matches for the Old Lady across all competitions, scoring 31 goals in the process. The present Real Madrid boss was also the recipient of the 1998 Ballon d’Or after guiding France to their first World Cup triumph.

#1 Paul Pogba – €105m to Manchester United in 2016

French international Paul Pogba occupies the top spot in the list of most expensive departures in Juventus’ history.

Pogba signed a five-year-contract with the Red Devils in the summer of 2016, after donning the famous black and white shirt of Juventus for four-long years.


Pogba arrived in Turin in 2012 after struggling for game time at Manchester United. However, Pogba hit the ground running for the Old Lady and became a high-impact player due to his all-round abilities.

During his four-year spell at Juve, Pogba enjoyed the most productive time of his career, appearing in more than 170 matches. The superstar also managed to provide 40 assists, in addition to scoring on 34 occasions.

Players’ transfer fees courtesy: Transfermarkt.co.uk

Also Read: Juventus Transfers: 10 most expensive signings ranked

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