Samuel Eto’o will leave Sampdoria this summer, but Antonio Cassano has agreed to return, according to reports.
The Cameroonian striker only arrived from Everton in January, but looks set to leave this summer, with MLS a possible destination.
However, according to Mediaset, the Blucerchiati have agreed a deal which will see Antonio Cassano return to Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
The Italian international is a free agent after tearing up his Parma contract in January, and the news outlet believes that a meeting between Samp President Massimo Ferrero, sporting director Carlo Osti and the player’s agent Beppe Bozzo has ended with an agreement for his return.
Cassano spent three-and-a-half seasons in Liguria, providing 41 goals and 38 assists in his 115 matches.