Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah is delighted with his absolute capture as a fully-owned Juventus player.
The 24-year-old has had his co-ownership deal from Udinese at the start of the just ended campaign turned into a full-ownership deal following an impressive first year with the Old Lady.
Asamoah has been a hit since signing for Antonio Conte’s side before the start of last season, making 27 league appearances and scoring two goals.
His more than satisfactory performance has seen the Italian move quickly to fully secure his economic rights.
Juventus will pay an extra nine million euros as the cost of their full-ownership deal for the Ghana international.
And the former Liberty Professionals couldn’t hide his delight at the news he now a fully-owned property of the Bianconeri.
“Very proud to confirm that I am 100% Bianconero today,” Asamoah Tweeted.
“Hungry for more success with our Old Lady.
Juventus however refused to trigger a similar deal for Mauricio Isla who also moved alongside Asamoah in the original co-ownership deal last summer.
Their preference of the Ghana international underlines the importance attached to the midfield enforcer.