It’s now official: Juventus are sold their 50% share in Manolo Gabbiadini to Napoli for €6.25m.

The Italian striker has been co-owned by Juventus and Sampdoria since 2012 and spent the last two seasons at the Blucerchiati. Having completed his medical yesterday, Juventus confirmed the transfer via the website earlier today:

Juventus Football Club can today confirm that it has ended its co-ownership of Manolo Gabbiadini’s registration rights after a fee of €6.25 million, to be paid over the course of the next four years, was agreed with Napoli.

The club also confirmed that they will make a profit of apporx €2m for the deal, including a capital gain of €0.5m. Napoli are believed to have paid €13m for Gabbiadini in total.