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Juventus keeper Audero completes move to Sampdoria after loan spell

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Juventus goalkeeper Emil Audero has officially joined Serie A rivals Sampdoria for 20 million euros ($22.74 million) after completing a successful loan spell with the Genoa club.

Italian champions Juventus said on Tuesday that the transfer fee for Audero will be paid by their Serie A rivals over the next four years.

The Juventus youth product joined Sampdoria at the start of the season after a one-year loan at Italian second-tier club Venezia.

The 22-year-old Audero has made 25 league appearances so far this season.

Sampdoria, 10th in the standings, face SPAL on Sunday.

REUTERS/Reporting by Silvia Recchimuzzi in Gdynia, editing by Pritha Sarkar

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