Parma have confirmed the sale of their half of Sebastian Giovinco back to Juventus, for a fee of €11m.
Reports emerged today  that the two clubs who co-owned the 25-year-old star had reached an agreement for the Gialloblu to hand over their 50 per cent, claims later backed up by the player’s agent. 
The news is now official, as Parma released a statement via their official website, announcing the transfer.
It represents a return to Turin for Giovinco after two years with the Ducali. The attacking midfielder is a product of Juve’s youth system and has already made 37 appearances for the outfit. Giovinco netted 22 goals and assisted a further 14 in 64 League appearances for Parma.
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