The Bianconeri have confirmed a host of co-ownership deals to follow the outright signing of Kwadwo Asamoah from Udinese
Juventus have confirmed new 50-50 co-ownership deals for young duo Richmond Boakye and Italy Under-21 international Ciro Immobile.
Boakye, who has spent time on loan at Genoa, shone with Serie B outfit Sassuolo last season, while Immobile scored five goals in 33 games with Genoa last season.
Juventus also went on to confirm another five co-ownership deals, including three with Siena, with Andrea Schiavone, who represented the Old Lady’s Primavera team last season, Marcel Buchel, fresh from a loan spell at Cremonese and Leonardo Spinazzola all renewing their terms with the club.
They have also acquired co-ownership rights with Filippo Boniperti and Alberto Gallinetta on a 50-50 basis from Parma, with Yussif Raman Chibsah moving to the Ennio Tardini.
Finally, the Turin giants have renewed their co-ownership agreement with James Troisi of Atalanta, bought the rights to Luca Del Papa from Pescara outright and sold Riccardo Maniero to the Stadio Adriatico.
Meanwhile, Juve have announced the full signing of Kwadwo Assamoah from Udinese after a successful first season at the club.