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Juventus sell Criscito rights to Genoa

Isaac Schmitz in Serie A, Transfer News & Rumours 25 Jun 2010

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Domenico Criscito’s move to Genoa has now become permanent, with Italian giants Juventus announcing that they have sold the remaining 50% of his rights to the Rossoblu. The Bianconeri will earn around six million euros from the deal, according to a release on their official website. Genoa will pay the money to Juve over three years.

Left back Criscito has been capped by the Italian national team and was part of the Azzurri squad that failed to defend their title in South Africa recently. He has also represented Italy atU-17,  U-18,  U-19, U-20 and U-21 levels.

Genoa finished 9th in Serie last season, while Juventus had to make do with 7th place in the league.

[Source:- Juventus FC]

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