Official: Juve confirm first 21/22 exit

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Juventus have confirmed their first exit of the transfer window, with returning boss Massimiliano Allegri beginning to put his stamp on proceedings ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.

The Italian giants have announced that winger Marko Pjaca will be spending the upcoming season on loan at Torino.

This will be the player's fifth loan spell away from Juve since joining the Turin club in 2016, with the 26-year-old having also had temporary playing stints with Schalke 04, Fiorentina, and Anderlecht, before joining Genoa for the 2020/21 season.

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"Marko Pjaca will play at Torino next season after his loan move across the city was made official. The loan deal will be valid until 30 June 2022, with the right to redeem," a statement from the Bianconeri's official website read.

"Born in Zagreb in 1995, Pjaca joined Juventus in 2016. He has spent the more recent years on loan to Schalke 04, Fiorentina, Anderlecht and Genoa.

"Good luck for this new adventure, Marko!"

The Croatia star made 35 league appearances for Genoa last season, scoring three goals.

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