MILAN - Juventus agreed to bring former
Italy defender Andrea Barzagli back to Serie A on Wednesday
following a three-year stint at VfL Wolfsburg.
Juve said in a statement the 29-year-old was in Turin to
complete his medical and sign an as yet unspecified contract.
The former Palermo player, part of Italy's 2006 World
Cup-winning squad, will provide backup for Azzurri centre-half
pairing Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci at Juve.
His arrival suggests Nicola Legrottaglie may be allowed to
leave with Brescia and Cesena interested in the veteran
Sixth-placed Juve's injury problems mean they are also
looking for a striker but long-term target Giampaolo Pazzini of
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