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ITALY/ OFFICIAL, Juve: youth transfer round-up"

19.06.2012 15.29 by Transfer Market Web  read 3540
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Juventus have bolstered their youth ranks by tying up deals for Ciro Immobile, Stefano Beltrame and Leonardo Spinazzola.

Alberto Libertazzi, meanwhile, will feature for Novara next season after an agreement was reached for the striker to join the Biancoazzurri on a co-ownership basis.

Below is a more detailed summary of the club’s recent transfer activity:

Ciro Immobile: The Campania-born striker spent last season on loan at Pescara, but his registration saw him jointly owned by Juventus and Genoa. This co-ownership deal has been renewed.

Stefano Beltrame: The second half of the striker’s registration rights have been purchased from Novara, meaning he is now fully owned by Juventus.

Leonardo Spinazzola: Juventus have taken up the option to buy half of the winger’s ownership rights following a successful loan spell from Siena.

Alberto Libertazzi: The striker will move to Novara in a co-ownership deal.

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