Siena striker Michele Paolucci has returned to Juventus on loan until the end of the season.
The 23-year-old came through the ranks with Juve but failed to make a first-team appearance before being sold in a co-ownership deal with Udinese in 2006.
Althouth the Bianconeri regained sole ownership in June 2009, they immediately set up another co-ownership deal with Siena, but a series of injuries have now prompted them to draft him into the first-team squad.
Paolucci is eligible to face Chievo on Sunday and is delighted to be back with the Turin giants.
"I have great memories here," he told Juventus Channel. "Coming back to the city was wonderful and I found it better than when I left.
"I am looking forward to things because in the many years I spent here, I never had the chance to make my debut with the first team.
"When I left, I was little more than a boy. Now I have several years of Serie A experience and many matches under my belt.
"I think the experience around Italy helped me to be more motivated."
Source: Sky Sports