Alberto Paloschi will spend another season at Chievo after Milan agreed to renew the striker’s co-ownership agreement.
Paloschi originally joined the Flying Donkeys towards the end of the 2011 summer transfer market on a loan deal, extended the following year and then turned into a co-ownership agreement at the end of the 2013 January transfer window.
Paloschi, who scored seven times in Serie A last term, will now spend a third year at the Marc’Antonio Bentegodi, after Chievo and Milan agreed to extend their half-share agreement for another year.
Adriano Galliani and Chievo President Luca Campedelli reportedly met on Thursday to finalise the terms.
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