Brescia's new signing Davide Lanzafame believes he will become a protagonist at the Rigamonti for the remainder of the season.
The 23-year-old arrives on loan from Juventus where he had publicly blamed Gigi Del Neri for a lack of regular first team football.
Speaking at his official unveiling, Lanzafame said: "Cesena had come looking for me, but Brescia convinced me.
"They are an ambitious club with a team that plays well. I had little space at Juve.
"Here there is everything needed to survive in Serie A and I can get back to being a protagonist."
Brescia director of sport Gianluca Nani hinted at Lanzafame's move becoming permanent in the summer.
"We also spoke with Juve about a possible transfer at the end of the season," he noted.
"I would also like to thank Palermo who co-own his rights and said 'yes' to the operation."
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