Parma have no regrets about selling Graziano Pellé – even though the player can’t stop scoring for Feyenoord.
The Gialloblu netted the striker in 2011 from Dutch club AZ Alkmaar, but, after a loan spell at Sampdoria, they allowed him to go back to Holland in the summer of 2012.
“Pellé? When a player feels snubbed then it is right that they want to leave,” director general Pietro Leonardi told Teleducato.
“The desire of the player is what really counts and, if a club makes the right offer, then it is right to make the player happy by agreeing to a sale.”
The 28-year-old scored 27 goals in 29 League games for Feyenoord last season. He has six League goals so far this term.
Pellé netted just twice in 14 games for the Gialloblu.
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