MARCO STORARI could star in the goal of a new club according to reports in Italy, while his agent does not rule out a chance of a move for his client.
The Italian shoot-stopper is wanted at Genoa according to reports from the peninsula in the next transfer window as they are looking for a change in goal.
Storari has returned from his thigh injury that kept him out of action for over a month, but Leonardo is overlooking him since Dida performs well. Moreover, Christian Abbiati’s return makes Marco’s life tougher.
The 32-year-old former Massina goalkeeper has signed extension earlier this season that ties him to Milan until 2012, but according to MilanNews, Genoa would start negotiations if they release off-form Marco Amelia.
The Grifoni interests winks Storari’s agent Claudio Vigorelli. Vigorelli has opened the door for discussions, and there is a good option for his client to leave the Rossoneri should Genoa let Amelia go.
“I have not heard from Genoa yet. If Amelia leaves Genoa, then the Rossoblu will be a welcome destination for us,” he said.
“A club in Italy has surfaced, but Storari also has plenty of admirers abroad. Also, Abbiati’s return means spaces for him have been reduced.”
By Meytar Zeevi, Rossoneri Blog