Juventus have officially bought out Genoa’s half of Ciro Immobile and handed the striker to Torino in a co-ownership deal.
The Under-21 international spent last season at Marassi, as he was in a co-ownership deal with Genoa.
This afternoon Juve announced they had bought out Genoa’s 50 per cent of the player for €2.75m.
At the same time, they sold half of Immobile’s contract to Torino for €2.75m.
Negotiations had been going for several weeks, as Immobile was originally set to move as part of the deal bringing Angelo Ogbonna to Juventus.
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