Samp strike: Filip Djuricic returns

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Filip Djuricic returns to Samp

Sampdoria is treating itself to a coup in the three-quarter, acquiring Serbian fantasist Filip Djuricic, who was released from Sassuolo last June 30, for free.

Despite the fact that the latest market rumors spoke of strong interest from Salernitana, Djuricic chose to return to Doria, where he will find coach Giampaolo, with whom he had already worked in his first adventure in a Blucerchiata jersey, from 2016 to 2018. Reduced from a disappointing season, also complicit in a bad injury, Filip wants to redeem himself and return to grinding out goals and assists.

The Serbian footballer, born in 1992, will sign a two-year contract, which will bind him until 2024 to the Ligurian club.

The first days of Serie A will see the incoming and outgoing soccer market still in the spotlight although the matches have already begun: in August, in fact, as many as four rounds will be played, since the calendar has been largely conditioned by the World Cup that will be staged in Qatar. And which, as we all know, will unfortunately not see the Italian national team at the start, having failed to qualify for the review for the second time in a row.

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