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Wednesday May 16 2018
Inter and PSG eye up Bardhi

Inter and Paris Saint-Germain are targeting Levante and Macedonia creative midfielder Enis Bardhi, according to ESPN.

The trequartista turns 23 in July and is under contract until June 2020, with an option for another two years.

He was purchased from Ujpest FC in Hungary, having previously played in Denmark and Sweden, in the summer of 2017 for only €1.5m.

Bardhi’s price-tag has sky-rocketed after nine goals and an assist in 25 Liga games for Levante this season.

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Wednesday May 9 2018
Lukic ‘feels ready’ for Torino

Sasa Lukic says he ‘feels ready’ to kickstart his Torino career after a season in Spanish football with Levante.

Lukic was loaned to Levante for the 2017-18 campaign, and while the midfielder acknowledges he had a ‘difficult’ start in La Liga, he believes he has showed enough potential to prove he can be of use to Torino next term.

“My season in Spain? The start was difficult, but then I showed I could be an important player,” the 21-year-old, who has made 16 appearances for the Valencian side, told Corriere di Torino.

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Friday April 27 2018
Montella risks Sevilla sack

There are reports in Spain that Vincenzo Montella will be fired by Sevilla following another defeat to Levante.

According to Cadena Cope, the club directors in their crisis meeting this week had decided to remove the tactician if he lost this match.

A 2-1 result means Sevilla run the serious risk of missing out on European qualification.

Since the 2-1 Champions League win away to Manchester United on March 13, the team has put together just four draws and five defeats, including the 5-0 Copa del Rey Final loss to Barcelona.

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Sunday March 4 2018
Sanchez 'distraught' at Astori death

Former Fiorentina defender Carlos Sanchez is “distraught” after being told of Davide Astori’s sudden death, but will fly to Florence.

The 31-year-old captain died in his sleep last night and was found this morning in the team hotel when he failed to turn up for breakfast.

The Viola were in Udine ahead of today’s planned Serie A match against Udinese.

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Saturday February 10 2018
Pazzini: ‘Impossible to ask for more’

Giampaolo Pazzini expresses his delight after a whirlwind few days saw him join Levante and score against Real Madrid.

The forward secured a loan move to the Spanish club from Verona on transfer deadline day, although he admits he was initially unsure about the move.

“The offer came when there were 36 hours left of the transfer window,” Pazzini explained to Gazzetta dello Sport.

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Thursday February 8 2018
Pazzini: 'Levante cut-out is genius'

Giampaolo Pazzini is won over by his new club Levante and the “genius” cut out and keep celebrate like Il Pazzo kit.

The veteran forward hit the back of the net on his debut with a last-gasp equaliser against Real Madrid.

“Those were incredible days, because it all happened at the end of the transfer window,” Pazzini told Fox Sports Italia.

“Once I left Verona, I found myself two days later playing against Real Madrid in a new league, in a new country. Scoring the equaliser was truly wonderful after some difficult months.

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Saturday February 3 2018
Pazzini: 'Incredible Levante debut'

Giampaolo Pazzini has already won over Levante fans with his “dream debut” equaliser against Real Madrid and his trademark celebration hit a nerve too.

The 33-year-old came off the bench for his La Liga debut and made an immediate impact, scoring an 89th-minute goal as Levante held Real Madrid to a 2-2 draw.

Levante released a do-it-yourself mask so that you too can celebrate like Il Pazzo by pointing to your eyes after a goal.

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Saturday February 3 2018
Pazzini dream Levante debut

Giampaolo Pazzini made a dream La Liga debut, scoring the last-gasp equaliser for Levante against Real Madrid.

The veteran striker joined Levante on loan from Hellas Verona and came off the bench this evening.

It could not have gone better, as ‘Il Pazzo’ sprung the offside trap at the 89th minute and kept his cool to steer the finish past the on-rushing Keylor Navas into the far bottom corner.

Pazzini’s late strike secured a 2-2 draw with reigning European and World Champions Real Madrid.

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Friday February 2 2018
Pazzini: 'Not a tourist at Levante'

Giampaolo Pazzini assured he hasn’t joined Levante “to be a tourist, I am here to play football and help the team.”

The 33-year-old striker left Hellas Verona on a six-month loan, completing the move on transfer deadline day.

“I am not here to be a tourist, I am here to play football and help the team,” Il Pazzo told the official club website.

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Friday February 2 2018
Pazzini: Tommasi key in Levante move

Giampaolo Pazzini has revealed that FIGC candidate and ex-Levante midfielder Damiano Tommasi played a key role in his move to the Spanish side.

Pazzini joined Levante in a deal until the end of the season on Wednesday, and the former Verona and Italy hitman made it clear “I’ve come here as a player and not a tourist.”

“I take [this move] as a challenge. I’ve never been afraid of them,” began the 33-year-old at his official unveiling.

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