REVEALED: Juventus’ Actual Transfer Figures for Ihattaren & Kaio Jorge

Although Cristiano Ronaldo left the team on deadline day, Juventus emerged on the other side of the transfer market with the signings of Manuel Locatelli, Moise Kean, Kaio Jorge and Mohamed Ihattaren – four very highly-rated youngsters in world football.

The latter two arrived on the very end of deadline day from Santos and PSV Eindhoven for initial reported fees €1.50m and €1.90m respectively.

According to latest reports by Italian football finance outlet Calcio e Finanza, Kaio Jorge was paid €5.4m with Santos earning €1.5m and the player’s agency fees owning up €3.9m as fee bonuses.

With his contract in Brazil set to expire in December, he made the move to Italy on the back of some of the world’s best clubs vying for his signature such as Milan and Benfica. He currently has a market value of €12m, according to transfermarkt.

19-year-old Mohamed Ihattaren on the other hand moved from PSV until June 2025, but was immediately loaned out to Sampdoria for the rest of the season and he is yet to make a first appearance in Serie A due to his untimely injury.

He was reported earlier to have moved for €5.5m but as mentioned before, his transfer fee rises up to €2m more than the actual €1.9m paid with subject ot the fulfilment of certain objectives achieved by the player and Juventus.

A re-sale percentage has also been reportedly agreed between the Bianconeri and PSV. Ihattaren has the same transfermarkt value as his Brazilian counterpart.