Juventus have completed deals for Italy stars Alessandro Matri, Fabio Quagliarella, Simone Pepe and Marco Motta on a permanent basis.
All four players joined the Turin giants on loan last season, but the club have decided to keep the squad together by shelling out a combined fee of over 35million euros to retain their services.
Matri joined Juve in January from Cagliari and had an immediate impact, scoring nine goals in 16 league matches for the club and has now sealed a transfer worth 15.5million euros.
Quagliarella moved to the Bianconeri last summer from Napoli and, after scoring nine times in 17 games, has moved for a fee of 10.5million euros.
Wide midfielder Pepe and full-back Motta moved to the club from Udinese last summer, and have completed deals worth 7.5million euros and 3.75million euros, respectively.
All players have agreed a four-year deal as they begin life under new manager Antonio Conte.