Amauri leaves Juventus for Parma

Amauri’s future has finally been resolved as he has agreed to leave Juventus and join Parma on loan for the rest of the season.
The 30-year-old striker has had plenty of options since Juve acknowledged their willingness to let him leave on a temporary basis. Amauri had already turned down offers from Fulham and West Brom because he wanted to remain in Italy.
The player’s wish has been granted and Parma have themselves a considerable coup just an hour before the transfer deadline.
It was expected that Palermo would take Amauri on loan for a second stint with the club, but despite confirming their interest they never followed it up with an official bid.
Amauri has now agreed a six-month stay at Parma where he will partner the veteran Hernan Crespo up-front and hope to score his first league goal of the season.
It will be Amauri’s second stint at Parma after a brief stay 11 years ago. However, he never played for the club as a 19-year-old, and now returns with a much higher profile.
It is doubtful that Parma would be able to finance a permanent deal for Amauri at the end of the season so his long-term future is still unclear. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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