Malaga have signed Argentine
former Real Madrid and Barcelona striker Javier Saviola on a
one-year deal, the Spanish club said in statement on Thursday.
The 30-year-old negotiated a release from his contract with
Benfica and passed a medical at the Costa del Sol club.
Saviola won 40 international caps with Argentina, scoring 11
goals, and after leaving River Plate for Barcelona went on to
play with AS Monaco, Sevilla and Real before moving to Portugal.
Qatari-owned Malaga finished fourth in La Liga last season
to qualify for the Champions League play-offs for the first time,
and on Thursday were drawn in Group C with AC Milan, Zenit St
Petersburg and Anderlecht.
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