Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino has confirmed “finally it is all resolved” for his transfer to Palermo.
The shot-stopper had been waiting for negotiations to conclude for over a week, but it seems that this evening the two clubs reached an agreement worth €4m.
“I am happy, as finally it is all resolved in a positive manner,” Sorrentino told TMW.
“Now I am at the disposal of the Coach. A tough second half of the season awaits us, but we have what it needs to climb back up the table.”
Palermo have been very busy over the last couple of days, signing Mauro Formica from Blackburn Rovers and selling Afriyie Acquah to Hoffenheim.
This evening the Rosanero officially sold Eran Zahavi to Maccabi Tel Aviv.
They are also expected to complete their swoop for Mauro Boselli from Wigan Athletic.
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