Juventus retain half of Ciro Immobile, though he'll be pulling on the colours of their cross-town rivals this season. That's after Genoa relinquished their half of the striker to Torino, after he failed to impress in a stint at the Luigi Ferraris last season.
Despite being touted as one of Italy's best young attackers, Immobile only scored five goals in 33 league appearances at the rossoblu last season, unable to recreate his 28-goal campaign at Pescara in Serie B the season before. However, he's obviously talented, and at 23, is still maturing.
Providing he can find his best form again, it will be a good signing for Torino. They've lost their talismanic forward Rolando Bianchi to Bologna this summer, leaving a hole to be filled in attack. Like Bianchi, Immobile is a tall, powerful forward, meaning he should be able to slot into Giampiero Ventura's system perfectly. Seven years younger than the ageing Bianchi, Immobile may even prove to be an upgrade for Toro.