MICHAEL AGAZZI has put pen to paper and joined on a free transfer after spending the last months playing at Chievo.
Marco Amelia is set to leave Milan as a free agent and Milan have signed another free agent to replace Amelia and perhaps give Christian Abbiati a run for the starting goalkeeper position as they have grabbed the 29-year-old Michael Agazzi.
Agazzi started the 2013/2014 season at Cagliari but in January he was transferred to Chievo where he played 14 games, conceding 21 goals in the process. Now that he doesn’t cost any money, the Rossoneri have decided to sign him.
“AC Milan wishes to communicate the signing of Michael Agazzi on a contract which runs to 30 June 2017,” a statement on Milan’s website reads on Thursday. Personal terms were agreed a while ago and Milan just waited for the season to end so they can make it official. The Italian previously played for South Tyrol, Triestina, Sassuolo, Foggia, Cagliari and Chievo.
Christian Abbiati renewed his contract and Agazzi has also arrived. Gabriel is expected to stay too while Ferdinando Coppola could leave. It also seems that Urby Emanuelson’s contract will not be renewed and he’ll walk out as a free agent.