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Wednesday January 10 2018
Verona close to triple swoop

Verona have confirmed that they are close to a triple swoop of Torino’s Lucas Boye, Bologna’s Bruno Petkovic and Udinese’s Ryder Matos.

Speaking to Sportitalia about Verona’s January deals, sporting director Filippo Fusco explained Boye had the ‘characteristics’ to help the Rossoblu, while the arrivals of fellow forwards Petkovic and Matos were being ‘finalised’.

“Boye is a player that we’re following,” he told Sportitalia.

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Wednesday January 3 2018
Verona close on Matos

Verona are close to signing striker Ryder Matos from Udinese, while targeting Bologna’s Bruno Petkovic and Lucas Boye of Torino.

Hellas have recovered from a disastrous start to the season, but remain in the danger zone and need reinforcements.

According to Tuttomercatoweb and Sportitalia, they have practically agreed terms with Udinese to sign Brazilian forward Matos.

The 24-year-old came through the Fiorentina youth academy, also playing for Cordoba, Palmeiras and Carpi.

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Wednesday July 26 2017
Udinese conquer Huddersfield

Udinese fought back to beat Huddersfield Town 2-1 at the John Smith’s Stadium thanks to Kevin Lasagna and Ryder Matos.

Gigi Del Neri’s side visited the newly-promoted Premier League outfit in today’s pre-season friendly.

Simone Scuffet was kept busy in goal early on, but could not prevent Tom Ince from opening the scoring after 13 minutes with an angled drive.

Silvan Widmer’s long-range strike was deflected into the path of Lasagna and Rodrigo De Paul’s free kick skimmed the woodwork.

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Saturday January 30 2016
Official: Udinese sign Matos

Udinese have officially signed Ryder Matos from Fiorentina after his loan spell at Carpi.

The striker arrives on a permanent transfer and signed a contract at the Stadio Friuli until June 2020.

Matos was plucked from Vitoria when he was still a teenager and went through their youth academy.

He also had a series of loan spells at Bahia, Palmeiras, Cordoba and most recently Carpi.

The 22-year-old has two Serie A goals in 38 games, but did much better in Cup competitions.

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Thursday December 3 2015
Coppa: Carpi in Last 16

Carpi secured their place in the Last 16 of the Coppa Italia, scraping past Vicenza 2-1.

The Biancorossi started with a strong side, with former Juventus and Milan striker Marco Borriello leading the line.

Luca Marrone spurned a good chance with 16 minutes on the clock, having been set-up by Raphael Martinho, while Ryder Matos tried to catch out Vicenza ‘keeper Richard Marcone at his near post.

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