Genoa forwards Marco Borriello and Ciro Immobile could come back to haunt former club Juventus on Sunday.
Borriello spent the last six months of 2011-12 in Turin, but the outfit opted against signing him outright from Roma.
Immobile, meanwhile, is a player part-owned by the Old Lady who was the top scorer in Serie B last term while at Pescara.
“Borriello and Immobile will have a great desire to prove themselves and cause Juventus some regret,” former Bianconero boss Gigi Maifredi told Tutto Juve.
“Immobile is the best signing on the Italian transfer market this summer, while Borriello has returned to his happy place.”
Juve won the championship last term and the former Bologna and Brescia tactician understands why they are favourites to net the Scudetto again.
“Juventus are undoubtedly the strongest when looking at their squad and the way they play,” he continued. “Napoli, Inter and Roma are quite far away from them…”
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