Amauri open to Palermo return

Juventus forward Amuari has told Stadionews that he would consider returning to his old club Palermo, news which has also been welcomed in Sicily with his old club agreeing that they also would like to see this deal go through.
Amuari arrived in Italy in 2000 after being signed for Parma from AC Bellinzona. He did not play a single game for Parma but instead was sent on four loan spells in three years. This saw him ply his trade at Napoli, Piacenza, Empoli and Messina but it was Chievo who eventually took the gamble on him and bought him on a co-ownership deal in 2003. 17 goals in 89 appearances was enough for Chievo to buy the remaining 50% of his share in 2005, however, in 2006 he was on the move again, this time to Palermo.
In his time at the Sicilian club he scored 23 goals in 53 games and became a fans favourite, form like this however, saw the big clubs circle him and eventually it was Juventus who got him for 22.8 million Euros.
Now Amuari has been linked with a move back to his old hunting ground after a fairly unsuccessful spell with Juventus. When asked about the possibility he said, “A return to Palermo? Never say never, as anything is possible in football. I still feel like a son to Zamparini and he cares for me, which makes me very happy. The two clubs have details to work on, but if I have to reply with my heart, then you know my answer. I left a part of me in Palermo, as I love the city and its fans.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini reciprocated saying that “I’d take him back straight away, even tomorrow morning,” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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