Juventus will have to wait until the summer to officially sign a half-share in Sampdoria’s Andrea Poli.
The two clubs discussed the player’s future on deadline day, but no deal could be done before the window closed.
An agreement, however, was reached between the two sets of directors for the young Italian international.
Juventus, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport, will hand over €2.5m plus the co-ownerships of youngsters Untersee and Chibsah in return.
The duo will join the Marassi outfit in the summer, with Poli moving in the other direction.
Even if an agreement would have been reached before the deadline passed, Poli would still have been expected to end the current campaign with Samp.
Poli, who spent last season on loan at Inter, is a 23-year-old who has scored two goals in 16 games this term.
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