NAPLES, ITALY - MAY 14: Gonzalo Higuain of Napoli celebrates after scoring his team's second goal the Serie A match between SSC Napoli and Frosinone Calcio at Stadio San Paolo on May 14, 2016 in Naples, Italy. (Photo by Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images)

Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain completed his move to Juventus from Napoli on Tuesday, and in doing so the deal became the largest in history between two Serie A clubs.

The 90 million euro (A$132 million) deal is also the third highest transfer fee in history, behind Real Madrid's signings of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale in 2009 and 2013 respectively.

Higuain has joined the Turin club on a five year deal, with the club to pay Napoli with two equal payments of 45 million euros over the next two years.

The 28-year-old broke the single season goals record in the Serie A last season, scoring 36 goals to eclipse Gunnar Nordahl's 35 goal effort in 1950.

Following his record breaking season, Napoli slapped a 94.7 million euros buyout clause on Higuain, although Juventus were able to reach a deal with Napoli for 5 million euros under the original price.

Higuain will join the Italian champions when they return from Australia, and is set to link up with fellow Argentine striker Paulo Dybala in the Serie A next season.