Juventus have confirmed that they have sold Fabio Quagliarella to city rivals Torino for a fee of €3.5m payable over three years.
The two Turin clubs were seen as close to finalising the 31-year-old’s cross-city move yesterday, with the striker undergoing a medical having previously agreed personal terms.
Now, the Bianconeri have confirmed the operation’s completion, with a brief statement released on their official website.
“Juventus announces that it has finalised an agreement with Torino for the permanent transfer of the rights to player Fabio Quagliarella for an amount of €3.5m payable over three years.
“This operation generates a positive economic effect of about €0.9m.”
Torino have also confirmed the move in a similar, short statement released through their official website.
The move ends a four-year association between Juve and Quagliarella, with the forward departing with a record of 23 goals from 84 League appearances and five major honours won.
It is also a return to Quagliarella’s first career club, where he developed through the youth academy and with who he debuted in Serie A in 2000.
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