HOME CONTACT US| RSS
      
Transfers

INTER & NAPOLI, Working on a Pazzini-Gargano swap

17.08.2012 12.59 by Claudio Colla  read 2261
Source: La Gazzetta Dello Sport
© foto di Daniele Buffa/Image Sport

Drawn towards Juventus for a long time, in a possible swap which would bring former Italian international forward Fabio Quagliarella (29) to Inter, Italian international striker Giampaolo Pazzini (28) might be released to Napoli, in a trade involving Uruguayan international midfielder Walter Gargano's (28) transfer to Neroazzurri.

Other news Transfers
Other news
Highlight

SWANSEA CITY, Roque MESA: "Bad start, but I want to enjoy PL all the way"

Asked by Estadio Deportivo about his trouble getting fit at Swansea City, Spanish midfielder Roque Mesa (28) stated: "That's true, my Swansea adventure hasn't started fine, but I think it could easily happen, when you approach a new league. Something like that happen

OFFICIAL - Lazio extend deals with IMMOBILE and STRAKOSHA

Lazio announced having signed Italian international striker Ciro Immobile (27) and Albanian international goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha (22), main hitma
 

CELTA VIGO, Wass' agent: "Sevilla? That would be good step forward"

Asked by Estadio Deportivo about rumours linking Danish international midfielder Daniel Wass (28) to a Sevilla FC winter move, his agent, Michael Joha
 

SWANSEA CITY, Roque MESA: "Bad start, but I want to enjoy PL all the way"

Asked by Estadio Deportivo about his trouble getting fit at Swansea City, Spanish midfielder Roque Mesa (28) stated: "That's true, my Swansea
 

AS MONACO loanee VINAGRE tracked by 3 Premier League clubs

Currently on a deal with AS Monaco until June 2022, Portuguese Under-19 international left-back/wingback Rúben Vinagre (18), playing
 

OFFICIAL - Roman BURKI agrees on new deal with Dortmund

Playing for Borussia Dortmund since 2015/16, Swiss international goalkeeper Roman Bürki (turning 27 next November 14), despite some recent s
 
   Editore: TC&C srl web content publisher since 1994 Partita IVA 01488100510