HOME CONTACT US| RSS
      
Transfers

ITALY/ CATANIA, Still working on Lodi's renewal

18.09.2012 20.57 by Claudio Colla  read 1075
Source: gianlucadimarzio.com
© foto di Federico De Luca

Catania management are about to meet Alessandro Moggi, agent of Italian playmaking midfielder Francesco Lodi (28), in order to discuss the renewal of his agreement. The player, currently on a deal with Rossoazzurri until June 2015, drew interest towards Juventus, AC Milan, Fiorentina and FC Seville.

Other news Transfers
Other news
Highlight

WBA, Gareth BARRY: "I was in talks with Arsenal. I'd have enojoyed working with Wenger"

Playing for West Bromwich Albion just since last summer, former Manchester City, Everton, and English NT defensive midfielder Gareth Barry (36) talked about how he got close to join Arsenal in the past: "There were a couple of conversations with representatives and Ars&egrav

JUVENTUS - Sturaro's advisor: "The club never thought about to sell him"

Stefano Sturaro's agent, Carlo Volpi has spoken to Radio Sportiva about his player: "He is adapting to play in the new position in the field.
 

REAL MADRID - Marcelo lose left-back Marcelo to leg injury

Real Madrid published Marcelo’s medical report after the defender pulled his hamstring during the 0-1 loss against Betis last Wednesday. Af
 

WBA, Gareth BARRY: "I was in talks with Arsenal. I'd have enojoyed working with Wenger"

Playing for West Bromwich Albion just since last summer, former Manchester City, Everton, and English NT defensive midfielder Gareth Barry (36) talked
 

Draxler: "PSG Must Prove Credentials"

Julian Draxler believes Paris Saint-Germain must prove that they are among Europe's elite clubs after spending heavily in the latest transfer wind
 

OFFICIAL - Werder Bremen sign KAUPER on first pro deal and U.S. talent SARGENT and

Werder Bremen announced having signed U.S. American Under-17 international striker Josh Sargent (17), joining German club from St. Loui
 
   Editore: TC&C srl web content publisher since 1994 Partita IVA 01488100510