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Barcelona slaps $448 million buyout clause on new signing Miralem Pjanić

Barcelona has slapped an eye-watering buyout clause of nearly $450 million (400m euros) on new signing Miralem Pjanić.

The midfielder will head to the Catalan club from Juventus at the end of the current season with the move costing more than $67m (60m euros).
The 30-year-old has signed a four-year deal with the reigning La Liga champion after a successful stint in the Italian Serie A.
He helped Juventus win three league titles in his four years at the club and looks set to add another this season with the team four points clear at the top of the table.
His move to Spain comes after a turbulent season for Barcelona -- which sits just two points behind fierce rival Real Madrid in the league, with six fixtures remaining.
"I am very happy, I will give my all for this club. See you soon," Pjanić wrote on Instagram.
 
SOURCE: CNN

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