Kwadwo Asamoah now totally belongs to Juventus, while the Old Lady have renewed their co-ownership of Mauricio Isla with Udinese.
The Turin giants signed a 50 per cent share in each player last summer from the Stadio Friuli outfit, but with differing results.
Asamoah impressed in a left wing-back role and he has today been signed outright at a cost of €9m. The international’s contract in Turin ends in 2017.
Isla, meanwhile, struggled for regular action after returning from knee injury so his co-ownership has been extended for a further 12 months.
However, the Chilean international’s future is unclear as he is a known transfer target for Inter.
Meanwhile, Cristian Pasquato will remain in Udine after his co-ownership was also renewed by the two clubs.
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