MILAN - Former Italy defender Nicola
Legrottaglie moved to Serie A leaders AC Milan from rivals
Juventus on Monday in one of the biggest surprises of Italy's
transfer deadline day.
The 34-year-old, backup to Juve centre backs Giorgio
Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci, has signed a sixth-month deal at
Milan to act as cover for a defensive line struck by several
Milan had already brought in Antonio Cassano, Mark van
Bommel, Urby Emanuelson and Didac Vila during the January
transfer window in a bid to further boost their charge for a
first scudetto since 2004.
Juve, stuttering in seventh in Serie A, are trimming the
average age of their squad and signed centre back Andrea
Barzagli from Wolfsburg last week.
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