Fabio Quagliarella Completes Go Back To Sampdoria
Sampdoria have finished the borrowed funds signing of Fabio Quagliarella from Torino by having an obligation to help make the 33-year-old’s move permanent.
Quagliarella returns to Luigi Ferraris nine seasons after departing the club in 2007, the striker getting fallen from favour at Torino despite five goals in 16 starts.
His last goal arrived The month of january against his hometown club Napoli, as he earned the ire of Torino’s supporters for apologising to opposition fans after finding the rear of the internet.
He returns to Sampdoria like a direct substitute for Eder – who agreed a 2-year loan at Inter a week ago – and may make his debut against his parent club on Wednesday.
“President Massimo Ferrero and all sorts of at Sampdoria are happy to welcome to Sampdoria Fabio Quagliarella,” the club announced on their own official website.
“The striker continues to be signed from Torino on loan by having an obligation to purchase.
“The gamer, already with Sampdoria in the year 2006Or07, [made] 42 appearances and scored 14 goals [in the previous spell].”