As of 30 June 2020, the player's value on the balance sheet was €109,000, which is the last remaining depreciation (the midfielder's contract was due to expire on 30 June 2021). By releasing Khedira , Juventus should therefore have recorded a capital loss of around €45,000.
However, the effect on the 2020/21 balance will still be positive as the Bianconeri will be able to save on Sami's salary. Khedira was in fact receiving a net salary of 6 million per season (11.1 million gross).
Therefore, Juventus will save around €4.6 million over the coming months, depriving themselves of the seventh highest paid player in Andrea Pirlo's squad, ahead of Leonardo Bonucci and behind Wojciech Szczesny.