Turin – After two seasons on loan to Parma, Juventus announced Sebastian Giovinco has returned back to Turin.
Actually, Parma had announced that they have complete the file transfer to the Stadio Ennio Tardini Giovinco. In the afternoon local time. But after that, Parma canceled the announcement.
Giovinco, which is owned jointly by Parma and Juventus, finally getting a permanent contract from the Bianconeri. Juve management contracted Giovinco until 2015, after the fund agreed to pay a 11 million euro.
Thus, the 25-year-old became the second player squad managed to permanent by Antonio Conte. Previously, the Bianconeri managed to give a formal contract to Emanuele Giaccherini.
Giovinco is in Juve first team since 2007. But, not long after the Bianconeri management decided to lend the Italian national team players to Empoli. Giovinco returned to Turin in the 2008 season.
But, after failing to get the main point, Giovinco returned on loan to Parma for two seasons. His performance is brilliant, scoring 23 goals from 70 appearances, stirred the heart of management Juve to bring Giovinco to Turin.