Roma have agreed a deal for the Italy international midfielder N’ Golo Kantè and a €30m fee for Paulo Dybardala, the Nerazzurri have confirmed.
The deal will see Roma’s transfer dealings with both players complete.
Roma will pay Kantè €15m for his services, while the player will receive €7m in wages.
Juventus, for their part, will pay Dybalya €5m and the rest of his €22m release clause will be met by Roma.
Juventus will pay the €15 million in wages to Kantè, while Roma will receive the €7 million from Juventus.
Roma president Walter Sabatini said the deal was “a new dawn” for the Nerazurri.
He added that the club is “very pleased” with the new agreement.
“This is a very big move for Roma, which gives us more flexibility and allows us to get the best possible player for our club, to sign another young talent for us, to give us a different dimension in the squad,” Sabatino said.
“I am extremely happy with the results we have had so far and this is a good move for the future of the club.”
In addition to Kanté, Dybalta, Lazio’s Leonardo Bonucci, Napoli’s Daniele De Rossi and AC Milan’s Francesco Totti, the player in question will be paid €8m.
Roma are expected to pay €10m to Juventus for his release clause.