SOFIA - Bulgaria striker Valeri Bojinov,
who joined Parma on loan from Manchester City last year, will
sign a permanent deal to keep him at the Serie A club until
2015, the player said on Monday.
"Everything is clear now," Bojinov told Bulgarian Ring TV.
"The two clubs reached an agreement, I also agreed personal
terms and I'll only add my signature when I return to Parma next
"I wanted to stay with Parma and I've made it clear to Man
City too," added the former Fiorentina and Juventus striker who
scored eight goals in 30 matches for Parma last season.
"I grew up in Italy, I feel like Italian and I'm very
pleased that I'll continue playing there," said the 24-year-old.
Bojinov joined City from Fiorentina in 2007 for 5.75 million
pounds but his contribution was limited by
Bojinov, capped 29 times by Bulgaria, said he turned down an
offer to play in the Champions League with Spanish club Sevilla.
"It always looks tempting to play in the Champions League
and Sevilla said they're searching for Luis Fabiano's
replacement," Bojinov said.
"But at this stage I'm really happy to be a Parma player and
and in two or three years I could play in the Champions League
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