Chievo have bought Milan’s half-share in striker Alberto Paloschi as Luca Campedelli admits: “He was one of our priorities.”
Ahead of tomorrow’s deadline for clubs to resolve co-ownership deals on players, the Gialloblu have confirmed that they have successfully negotiated to purchase the Rossoneri’s 50 per cent share in the 24-year-old.
“The confirmation of Alberto was one of our priorities,” President Luca Campedelli has commented today.
“And I am very happy to say that today Paloschi is 100 per cent a Chievo players.
“We are talking about a great striker who is only 24-years-old and a guy who in training and in games has always given his best to this shirt.”
Reports are that Chievo have paid €3m to take full ownership of the striker, who last season netted 13 times in Serie A.
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