Official: Agazzi joins Cesena on a permanent transfer

AC Milan goalkeeper Michael Agazzi reacts after conceding a fifth goal against Manchester City during a Champions Cup match at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on July 27, 2014. Manchester City won 5-1. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Michael Agazzi has left Milan and joined Serie B’s Cesena, it’s been confirmed.

Agazzi joined Milan in 2014 on a free transfer but after a few bad pre-season performances the Rossoneri brought in Diego Lopez (who is leaving too) from Real Madrid and sent Agazzi to the bench.

He spent last season on loan at Middlesbrough F.C. in the Championship but made no appearances and now he leaves on a permanent transfer.

“A.C. Cesena announces that it today has reached an agreement with Milan for the transfer of the goalkeeper Michael Agazzi, class of 84′. He has already reached his teammates at Acquapartita and had his first training session with the Bianconeri jersey,” a statement reads.

With Christian Abbiati retiring and Lopez probably going to Chelsea, Milan’s goalkeepers for next season will be Gianluigi Donnarumma, Gabriel and one of Alessandro Livieri and Alessandro Plizzari.

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That is one wood less…


Lets not bash Agazzi and call him dead wood, he was a great professional, brought in as a second or third keeper, went out on loan with no fuss when Lopez was brought in and now he’s gone without a fuss. I hope he gets playing time with Cesana and helps them this season