MILAN - AC Milan have signed
midfielder Stephan El Shaarawy from Genoa and sent German
Alexander Merkel in the opposite direction, the Italian
champions said in a statement on Saturday.
El Shaarawy, born in Italy and with an Egyptian father,
impressed on loan at second-tier Padova last season and his move
to Milan is the latest in a string of deals between the
Rossoneri and Genoa.
Merkel broke into the Milan first team last season but will
now get a chance to be a regular at Genoa.
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