Giovinco returns to JuventusJun 19, 2012 - 10:40 PM Turin, Italy (Sports Network) - Juventus has signed striker Sebastian Giovinco from Serie A rival Parma for an undisclosed fee, it was announced Tuesday.
The 25-year-old Giovinco scored 15 goals for Parma last season and the Italian international has played twice in Euro 2012. He finished with 22 goals in just 66 matches for Parma over two seasons, the first while on loan.
Giovinco started his career at Juventus, and the Turin club retained partial ownership in the player when he joined Roma two years ago. Juventus has bought his full rights.
He just debuted for Italy in 2011, and has played 10 times for the Azzurri.
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