Roberto Capiorno, a man of many names, returned to Italy after nearly a year away from Serie A this weekend to help the Bianconeri beat Sassus Sassuola 3-2 at Juventus Stadium.
Capri had returned to Turin for the first time since January 31, 2018 when he scored a brace in a 2-0 victory over Fiorentina in the Champions League.
It was a fitting return to the national side after he was a part of the Italy squad that failed to qualify for Euro 2020.
The former AC Milan and Lazio striker is now back with his wife Anna and their son Marco, who is nine years old.
The striker has scored seven goals in 13 appearances for Juventus and was also the target of a bid from Fiorendina in 2019.
“I’m very happy that I can finally come back to Italy,” said Capri.
“For me it’s a great opportunity and I’m looking forward to the next stage.””
For me it’s a great opportunity and I’m looking forward to the next stage.”