Suffice to say, Daniel Osvaldo's Southampton career hasn't exactly gone to plan. The Italian international scored just three Premier League goals since making a big-money move to St. Mary's in the summer, and now he's already packed his bags for a return to the peninsula.
The Argentine-born striker has joined Serie A leaders Juventus on loan until the end of the season, with the bianconeri able to make the deal permanent for a pretty hefty €19 million fee -- though that's payable over three years.
It's a solid signing for Juve, with Osvaldo certainly a capable striker. He scored 16 Serie A goals for Roma the season before departing for England, and will look to recover his best form ahead of the World Cup in Brazil this summer.