The Italy international had returned to the Allianz Stadium after a one-year loan spell at Torino. The Granata didn’t activate their option to buy, so Fiorentina managed to reach an agreement with Juventus and the versatile midfielder.
Juventus have confirmed in an official statement that Mandragora has officially joined the Tuscans for €8.2m plus €1m add-ons.
The fee can be paid in three financial years and generate a negative economic effect for the Old Lady of circa €1.3m.
Mandragora, a product of Genoa academy, will likely replace Lucas Torreira at the Stadio Artemio Franchi. The Uruguay international returned to Arsenal after his loan spell in Tuscany. Fiorentina had an option to buy him for €15m.