As expected, Fabio Quagliarella has signed a new contract at Juventus which will keep him in Turin until 2015.
The Old Lady have been busy extending the contracts of their players and Quagliarella is the latest to renew after Paolo De Ceglie, Leonardo Bonucci and Alessandro Matri.
Quagliarella was previously tied to the Turin giants until June 2014.
The Italian international joined Juventus in 2010, initially on loan from Napoli before he was signed outright a year later in a deal which totalled €15m.
The former Sampdoria and Udinese man has had to be patient this term to get his chance in Antonio Conte’s plans.
Quagliarella snapped knee ligaments in January 2011 which saw him sidelined for six months.
The 28-year-old has scored four goals in 21 League games this season, but he’s only started in eight of those ties.
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