Ciro Immobile has so far shown that he can only score consistently in Italy, so it is no surprise to see that he has returned to his former club Torino on loan until the end of the season after Sevilla agreed to terminate his season-long deal with the Spanish club early.
The forward has had a miserable time of things since originally leaving the Turin-based club for Borussia Dortmund at the end of a hugely successful 2013/14 in Serie A.
After scoring just three Bundesliga goals in his debut campaign for Borussia Dortmund, Immobile was quite clearly unhappy with life in Germany. famously failing to integrate himself with the rest of what was then Jurgen Klopp’s squad.
The Italy international will now be looking to rejuvenate his career at a club where he bagged 22 Serie A goals in his only full season with the fallen giants.
Although he won’t be linking up with the other half of Torino’s former blistering counter-attack – Alessio Cerci – Immobile will be confident he can be the man to guide Il Toro into the to-half of the table.
The 25-year-old scored two goals in eight appearances for Sevilla this season, though failed to complete 90 minutes on any occasion.
Immobile, donning the No.11 shirt for the Spanish giants, had a poor pass accuracy of 63% in La Liga – the worst record in the squad.