LISBON - Serie A Genoa have signed
Portugal goalkeeper Eduardo from Braga for 4.5 million euros, the Portuguese club said on their website on Thursday.
Eduardo was the first-choice keeper in the Portugal team
that reached the second round of the World Cup finals in South
Africa last month.
He played in all four of Portugal's matches and conceded
only one goal. His performances, especially in the 1-0 loss to
Spain during which he made several outstanding saves, earned him
The 27 year-old took over in the Portugal goal after Quim
was dropped in early 2009 and went on to concede only two goals
in eight qualifiers. He has 19 caps.
Eduardo played a key role in Braga's surprise title
challenge last season and had been linked with a move to
Portuguese champions Benfica.
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