Udinese have officially signed Bernardo Corradi and Colombian talent Juan Guillermo Cuadrado, while Antonio Langella is sold to Bari.
The Friulani have had a very active day on the transfer market, announcing several deals.
Reggina forward Corradi had already been heavily linked with Udinese and completed the permanent switch this evening.
The former Chievo, Inter, Lazio, Manchester City, Valencia and Parma hitman has signed a five-year contract.
Udinese also picked up 21-year-old Colombian Cuadrado from Indipendiente Medellin, also on a five-year deal.
The right-back can also play as a midfielder or on the right flank in a more advanced position. Although called up for Colombia's recent FIFA World Cup qualifiers, he is yet to earn his first cap.
Meanwhile, the North East club have announced the sale of former Cagliari and Atalanta winger Langella to newly-promoted Bari in a co-ownership deal, while also deciding to renew the loan deal of Paulo Vitor Barreto to the newly-promoted club.
Finally, Igor Djuric has been loaned to Belgian outfit KAS Erpen.
Source: C4 Football Italia