Juventus have announced a deal for Scudettino Piacentini, their former goalkeeper who joined the club as a free agent last year.
The Bianconeri had initially tried to sign the goalkeeper last year but his contract with Juventus expired in 2019, which meant that he could only sign a new deal at the end of the season.
Now the deal has been confirmed, Scudets will get to choose who they want to send the Champions League winner home with, and he will be handed his hat-trick with the trophy.
Piacentino joined the Bianconeste from Juventus for €1.9m in 2015, after spending eight years in Serie A with the Parma side.
He made 38 appearances in Serie B, winning the league title, Serie C and the Coppa Italia in 2016-17.