Hernan Crespo has returned to Parma in a deal which has seen two further moves brokered.
Crespo originally moved to Parma, his first ever club in Europe, in 1996 and he enjoyed four years at the Ennio Tardini before moving on to to play for Lazio, Inter Milan, Chelsea and AC Milan.
His last club was Genoa but he failed to make the expected impact with them and now Parma have moved to snap him up.
"I've always supported Parma and to come back is an incredible emotion," the 34-year-old said.
Following Crespo's arrival Parma sold Nicola Amoruso to Atalanta - who in-turn have allowed Robert Acquafresca to return to Genoa to replace Crespo.