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Liverpool Confirm Alberto Aquilani Fiorentina Switch


Friday, 3rd August, 2012



Liverpool have officially confirmed the departure of Alberto Aquilani to Fiorentina.

The former Roma midfielder joined the Merseyside giants in 2009 and was earmarked as a replacement for Xabi Alonso.

However, injuries affected his initial campaign, and when manager Rafael Benitez was sacked in 2010, the Spaniard’s successor Roy Hodgson sent Aquilani to Juventus on a season-long loan as the drive to cut costs intensified.


The Bianconeri opted not to keep the midfielder on a permanent basis, deeming him too expensive, but Kenny Dalglish, now a new face in the Liverpool dugout, chose to bring in Jordan Henderson, Stewart Downing and Charlie Adam to bolster the centre of the park – Aquilani was again loaned, this time to AC Milan.

Despite playing 25 times for the Rossoneri last season, Aquilani did not hit a prior agreed figure of appearances to turn that arrangement into a permanent one.

Now the midfielder, who has won 21 caps for Italy, has joined Fiorentina on a permanent three-year contract.

Liverpool are believed to be subsidising the player’s salary shortfall by paying €2.5M for the next two years towards his wages at La Viola.

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