MILAN - Italy's World Cup goalkeeper
Federico Marchetti, who has not played since last June's finals
after being banished by his club Cagliari having asked for a
move, was named on Saturday in their squad to visit Genoa.
Marchetti is likely to be a substitute for Sunday's Serie A
game but his return to the squad under coach Roberto Donadoni is
still a step forward for the 28-year-old, who fell out with club
president Massimo Cellino in July.
The keeper took Cagliari to an arbitration hearing late last
year but a verdict was never agreed and Cellino opted not to
sell him in the January transfer window.
Media reports had linked Marchetti with a move to Genoa for
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