Bundesliga club Hamburg SV and
Corinthians have agreed terms for the transfer of striker Paolo
Guerrero with the player already on his way to Brazil to pass a
medical check, the German club said on Wednesday.
Peru international Guerrero, 28, who has played a total of
161 games and scored 47 goals in Germany's Bundesliga, joined
Hamburg in 2006 after a two-year stint at Bayern Munich.
"Both teams have agreed on the transfer," Hamburg sports
director Frank Arnesen told reporters. "It is a big thing for
Paolo to play for such a club and we wish him all the best."
Guerrero, who has a well-recorded fear of flying, was banned
for eight games last season following a violent tackle on VfB
Stuttgart keeper Sven Ulreich in March.
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