Cassano decision delayed again

The highly anticipated decision about Antonio Cassano’s future has been delayed for a second time, after the court case failed to reach an agreed conclusion.
Sampdoria have requested permission to terminate Cassano’s contract due to a major falling out the club’s president Riccardo Garrone. However, the case is taking longer than expected to solve and the decision that was supposed to be announced today has now been delayed until Wednesday.
Paolo Giuggioli, the lawyer in charge of the case, said this afternoon: “We couldn’t decide today. Today we heard what the defendants had to say. We’ll have the sentence within a couple of days. We’ll know by December 16.”
Sampdoria hope to rid of the troublesome striker, but even if they are not granted permission to kick him out of the club, they are expected to sell him for a nominal fee in the January transfer window. His availability has alerted several clubs, despite the baggage that he brings with him.
Juventus were one of the clubs rumoured to be interested, however just this morning their sporting director Beppe Marotta denied any contact with Cassano. Parma have also ruled themselves out of the running, but recently Brescia have emerged as a contender with a shock bid.
Cassano’s next destination, however, remains likely to be Inter. The Italian champions are in need of reinforcements, particularly in attack, and they hope that Cassano can provide the spark to revive their title ambitions. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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