The midfielder is certain the loan deal is in his best interest as he seeks to have more playing time this seasonParma have secured 50 percent of the registration rights of Ghana midfielder Yussif Chibsah after having him on loan as part of the Sebastian Giovinco deal.
Juventus loaned the midfielder to the Gialloblu this summer, but announced on Friday the youngster has been exchanged with Parma goalkeeper Francis Anacoura and also as part of the Giovinco deal.
Parma have quickly sent Chibsah out on loan to his former club Sassuolo in the Serie B upon request as he sees to get adequate playing time.
“An agreement has been reached with Parma for the co-ownership of Yussif Raman Chibsah," read a statement on the official website of Juventus.
“The Gialloblu have immediately loaned the Ghanaian midfielder back to his former club Sassuolo for the 2012/13 campaign.”
Chibsah confirmed to Goal.com Ghana: “I have been loaned to Sassuolo to help me market myself more in the coming season as I did two seasons ago.”
Chibsah was courted by Italian agent Leonardo Guisti after he excelled in a youth tournament in Ghana three years ago and Guisti took him to Sassuolo.