OFFICIAL: Storari Goes To Sampdoria


MARCO STORARI has been sent to another loan spell, and this time he will visit the explore ground of U.C. Sampdoria.

This is the fourth loan-deal of the 33-year-old goalkeeper since arrived in Milan back in 2007. AC Milan have finally made a move in the transfer window, but it will be also their last move, as no-one seems near to leave the club.

Sampdoria have reached an agreement with the Rossoneri over Storari, who has impressed in goal at the start of the season, when both Christian Abbiati and Nelson Dida were out injured.

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An official statement on announced that il Diavolo part company with the player, after six months since arrived back from loan at Fiorentina, where he featured only once.

“A.C. Milan announce they have loaned the footballer Marco Storari to U.C. Sampdoria until 30 June 2010,” the statement reads.

Sampdoria president Riccardo Garrone told that ‘there is a good chance to sign Storari’ on Friday, despite the player’s agent insisted Marco won’t leave. However, Marco is looking forward to his adventure with Samp.

“I am going there now to sign. I want to thank Milan for this chance,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

Despite his good form, Storari arrives only as a second-goalkeeper – a replacement for the injured Luca Castellazzi – who is kept away for at least 45 days. Good Luck Marco, We’re Looking For You At June!

By Meytar Zeevi, Rossoneri Blog

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He was good at the start of the season, but for some reason, he is going away again. This is funny, I’d sell Flavio Roma!!! HE DOESN’T NEED TO BE HERE


Forza Storari. Good Luck with Samp


good luck marco!


i can’t see why to loan him. he was very good


At least Milan gave him a good-bye match against Novara. Good Luck – come back soon!