Transfer News — 26 March 2013

There are numerous goalkeepers in Serie A that next year will probably change their team, someone to leave the place to younger players, someone else to have new experiences. Maarten Stekelenburg

Samir Handanovic and Gianluigi Buffon are the only goalkeepers sure about their future in Inter Milan and Juventus. Also Federico Marchetti, currently Lazio’s goalkeeper will probably remain in his team, despite AC Milan’s interest. All the others are going to make the transfer market interesting.

AC Milan will try to find a new team for Marco Amelia, that has never convinced Mr Allegri. The other goalkeeper, Christian Abbiati, will probably remain as a substitute of Mattia Perin, that could arrive in June from Pescara. However, Abbiati is interested in an experience in Premier League, and his departure cannot be escluded.

The presence as a substitute could be applied also to Morgan De Sanctis, that will remain in Napoli as substitute of Andrea Consigli, author of an excellent season in Atalanta.

Mariano Andujar’s future is still a mystery: he would like to play in Argentina, but there are not, for now, real offerings. Also Maarten Stekelenburg, the Dutch goalkeeper of Roma, will almost for sure leave his team, destination England.

Sergio Romero, currently Sampdoria, results interesting for numerous foreign teams, and he is waiting for offerings. Also the final destination of Viviano and Frey is still a doubt, due to their high cost.

The last one is Stefano Sorrentino, that after many years in Chievo Verona, is now playing on loan in Palermo, even if the relegation in Serie B of Palermo will transform Sorrentino in an important element for the transfer market.


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