MILAN - French goalkeeper
Sebastien Frey, a seasoned Serie A campaigner, has joined
Genoa from Fiorentina and taken a wage cut in the process, his
new club said on Friday.
"The deal will be finalised next week after a medical,"
Genoa president Enrico Preziosi told the club website.
"Frey was highly motivated to join the club, agreeing to
reduce his wages, in order to re-start his career with Genoa,"
The 31-year-old spent the five previous seasons at
Fiorentina. Since arriving at Inter Milan as a teenager, he has
also played for Verona and Parma.
Frey made two appearances for France and was included in the
Euro 2008 squad but quit international football the same year
after being overlooked by the then coach Raymond Domenech.
Genoa finished 10th in Serie A last season.
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