Juventus have revealed the financial terms of the deal that saw Juan Cuadrado return to the club on a three-year loan from Chelsea.
The winger spent a successful spell on loan with the Old Lady in 2015/16 as the club clinched a domestic league and cup double.
The Colombian star initially joined Juventus after failing to make his presence felt for Chelsea during the time he was at Stamford Bridge.
Nonetheless, Cuadrado will now spend at least the next three seasons in Turin, and will no doubt look to bring more success to the Massimiliano Allegri-coached side.
Juventus revealed that as part of the three-year loan period – the club would pay Chelsea €5 million-per-year for the duration of the agreement.
The 32-time Italian champions also have the option to buy the player on a permanent basis for a €25 million fee, payable in three financial years, above and beyond the loan fees already paid.
In addition, the White and Blacks have agreed to pay Chelsea €4 million if certain objectives are achieved on the field of play.
Cuadrado has expressed his gratitude at once more being able to play for Juventus.
He wrote on his official Twitter account: "Thank God I return to my home and together with my colleagues, we will go to another conquest."