Viviano looking to rediscover form

by | Sep 12, 2014 11:12

Emiliano Viviano is looking to break back into the Italian national squad following his move to Sampdoria.

The 28-year-old, owned by Palermo, moved to Marassi after spending 2013-14 with Arsenal in the Premiership.

“I now have the chance to play regularly and to demonstrate my qualities after a year on the bench in England,” the former Inter goalkeeper told Gazzetta TV.

Emiliano Viviano is looking to break back into the Italian national squad following his move to Sampdoria.

The 28-year-old, owned by Palermo, moved to Marassi after spending 2013-14 with Arsenal in the Premiership.

“I now have the chance to play regularly and to demonstrate my qualities after a year on the bench in England,” the former Inter goalkeeper told Gazzetta TV.

“The moment to play again has now arrived and I want to prove that I should be a regular starter in a Serie A side.

“I’m convinced of my qualities and I think I will return to good levels.”

Viviano was being tipped for big things until he snapped knee ligaments just weeks after his switch from Bologna to Inter.

“The Italy squad? That is the objective of all players. I deserved a call-up a few years ago, now it will be up to the Coach.”

Viviano has won six caps to date.

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