Juventus have confirmed the loan signing of Napoli striker Fabio Quagliarella with the view to a permanent deal after missing out on Udinese's Antonio Di Natale.
The Turin club have mustered up €4.5million (£3.7million) for the initial loan, while an additional €10.5million (£8.6million) fee has been agreed, should Juventus wish to make the move permanent.
The signing is the ninth of the summer for Luigi Del Neri's new-look side as The Old Lady look to rebuild after a disappointing seventh-place finish in Serie A last term.
The 27-year-old Italy international joins Serbian Milos Krasic, Uruguayan Jorge Martinez plus compatriots Simone Pepe and Davide Lanzafame among the new faces at the club.
Quagliarella, who has 22 caps and five goals for his country, will reportedly earn €2million (£1.6million) per season at the Stadio Olimpico while Juventus are expected to pay their fees in three instalments.