Juventus has found a way to finance a purchase of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. A new agreement with Korean Samsung that is estimated to be worth 120 million euros would help to get the Swede to Turin.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has recently been linked with a move back to Italy and Juventus. But Zlatan’s high salary has been an obstacle for the Turin club Juventus. According to Football-Italia changing the club name on the Juventus Stadium to Samsung Stadium in exchange for 120 million euros.
The agreement is valid for five years and the money will be used to finance the purchase of Zlatan, according to the TV channel Mediaset. The deal with electronics giant Samsung is not official yet as Juventus are listed on the stock market.
It is also rumored that Juventus are interested in PSG midfielder Marco Verratti. The money from Samsung will also be used to keep Arturo Vidal, who is rumored to be on his way to Bayern Munich or PSG.