Juventus have officially re-signed defender Martin Caceres from Lazio on a deal until the end of the season.
A statement released by Juve confirms they have paid €600,000 to take Caceres on a ‘temporary basis’ until June 30.
The Uruguayan played for the Old Lady during the 2009-10 campaign, before returning two years later and winning four Scudetti.
However, competition and injuries prevented the 31-year-old from becoming a first-team regular and he has gone on to play for Southampton, Verona and Lazio.
As well as being an experienced head, Caceres also comes in as a low-cost option, given he was not an Aquile regular and had an expiring contract.
He replaces Medhi Benatia, who completed a transfer to Qatari side Al-Duhail on Monday evening.