The striker, who played a key role in Pescara's Serie B-winning campaign, will still move to Liguria but the Bianconeri will retain a 50 per cent stake in his registration rights
Juventus have confirmed that they have renewed their co-ownership agreement with Genoa over the services of Ciro Immobile.
The Biaconeri confirmed on their official website that the 22-year-old striker will spend next season at the Luigi Ferraris now that his loan spell at Pescara has come to an end.
Genoa paid a reported €4 million for a 50 per cent stake in Immobile during the January transfer window but agreed to allow him to remain with the Delfini until the end of the campaign.
Meanwhile, Juventus also announced that they have secured outright ownership of Stefano Beltrame from Novara and that they have acquired half in Leonardo Spinazzola's registration rights after the player impressed during a loan spell from Siena. In addition, Alberto Libertazzi is on his way to Novara as part of a co-ownership deal.
The deals have all come on the same day that the Bianconeri revealed that Sebastian Giovinco would be rejoining to the club from Parma.