By FOX Sports Staff
Ogbonna has been highly rated since Euro 2012 when he was called up to the Italy squad despite playing for then-Serie B side Torino and has been since linked with top sides like Manchester United.
The Turin-born 25-year-old, whose strength and speed has seen him shine in both center back and left back positions, was revealed by Juventus on their official website to have completed the signing after passing his medical.
The statement on the website read: "Italian international defender Angelo Ogbonna has today completed a permanent move from Torino to Juventus.
"The 25-year-old, whose impressive club performances earned him a place in Cesare Prandelli's European Championship squad last summer, has put pen to paper on a five-year contract which keeps him with the Bianconeri until 2018.
"Juventus will part with €13 million for the player's full registration rights, to be paid in installments over the next three years.
"The fee could rise by a further €2 million if Ogbonna achieves certain sporting targets stipulated in the agreement reached by the two clubs."
Ogbonna joins Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez as Juventus' summer arrivals, while wing-back Emmanuele Giaccherini has left the club for Sunderland.