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BREAKING: Juventus and Bayern agree De Ligt deal

Juventus and Bayern Munich have reached an agreement this evening for the transfer of Dutch defender Matthijs De Ligt. The German side have reportedly returned with an acceptable offer for the 22-year-old that the Bianconeri have now accepted.

BILD journalist Christian Falk reports that the two sides have reached a deal for De Ligt who will pen a five-year contract with the German champions.

According to Falk, the deal will be €70m plus a further €10m in add-ons with De Ligt expected to join Bayern this week.

The former Ajax defender spent three seasons in Turin making 117 appearances and scoring 8 goals.

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