Hellas Verona swoops in on freed striker

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“The time has come to say goodbye to the city of Salerno for the affection shown over the past four years.”

Through an announcement released on social media, Milan Djuric said goodbye to Salernitana. The renewal of the contract expiring on June 30 has not arrived, but for the Bosnian striker, however, the doors of Serie A remain open. “The time has come to say goodbye, to thank the city of Salerno from me and all my family for the affection shown in these 4 years,” pressed the Slavic player, later recalling how his priority has always been to continue in Salerno, as demonstrated on the field until the last second in which he wore the granata jersey.

Emphasizing how “things are done in two, and when the visions of the present and the future are different it is inevitable to find another solution,” the striker is preparing to scrutinize the offers that are in the square. Hellas Verona appears to be the clear favorite club in the race for the free agent: as reported by Sky Sport, the Scaligeri have reportedly proposed a three-year deal for the already 32-year-old Bosnian striker. More in the background, here is also Fiorentina, which, however, would be far behind the club led by Maurizio Setti.

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