Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain has joined Serie A rivals AC Milan from Juventus on a loan deal worth £16m (18m euros).
The deal gives Milan an option to sign to the 30-year-old permanently in a year by paying a fee of £32.04m (36m euros)
Higuain joined Juventus in 2016 from Napoli in a deal worth £75.3 M.
"Gonzalo and Mattia are two important pieces of the new era of the club," AC Milan said in a statement.
Meanwhile, Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci has returned to Juventus after just a year at AC Milan. He joined Milan last summer for £35.1m.
He rejoins that the ‘Old Lady’ in a swap deal that has seen 24-year-old Italian defender Mattia Caldara move in the opposite direction.
"After spending seven wonderful years in black and white, Leonardo Bonucci has returned to the club following a season at AC Milan,” Juventus in said in a statement.
"Both Juventus and Bonucci are ready to start winning things again together."
Just like Higuain, Caldara was also being linked with a move to Premier League giants Chelsea.
Bonucci and Caldara’s swap deal has been valued at (£31.m (35m euros).