Torino have made two more acquisitions ahead of their return to Serie A, with Gianluca Sansone arriving from Sassuolo and Mario Santana from Napoli.
Striker Gianluca Sansone has signed on a co-ownership deal from Serie B side Sassuolo, fresh from scoring an impressive tally of twenty goals last season - the best scoring season of his career.
The second new arrival is Argentinean winger Mario Santana who has signed on loan from Napoli. Santana has played for a number of Italian clubs, including Palermo, Chievo and Fiorentina and will add some much needed depth and experience to the Torino squad.
These two players take Torino's summer signing total to four - including Roma midfielder Matteo Brighi, who despite training with Toro, has still not been officially announced as joining the club. With Toro departing for their pre-season training camp in Sappada today, Giampiero Ventura will want to add a few more new faces to the squad as quickly as possible, with Siena midfielder Alessandro Gazzi apparently close to signing.