Martin Caceres became Juventus's second signing in the January
transfer window after completing a move to the Serie A leaders
from Sevilla on Friday.
Caceres, who played for Juve on loan in the 2009/10
season, returns on a loan deal that gives the Turin side an
opportunity to buy the player outright for eight million euros
at the end of the season, the club said on their website.
"I'm very happy to sport this jersey again," the 24-year-old
"The stadium looks incredible. I know [coach Antonio] Conte
expects a lot from of his players but I've won the Copa America
and matured a lot since I was here last."
Juventus, who are a point clear of AC Milan, signed striker
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