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Transfer Window Closed

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In 11th hour Genoa made probably the most impressive move of the transfer deadline by bringing back Diego Milito from Real Zaragoza.

Arrivals

02/09/2008 Iago Falqué Barcelona to Juventus
01/09/2008 Bosko Jankovic to Genoa
01/09/2008 D. Brivio Vicenza to Genoa (Loan)
01/09/2008 Djordje Rakic Salzburg to Reggina (Loan)
01/09/2008 G. Stendardo Lazio to Lecce (Loan)
01/09/2008 B. Dzemaili Bolton to Torino (Loan)
01/09/2008 C. Del Grosso Cagliari to Siena
01/09/2008 Dušan Basta Red Star Belgrade to Lecce
01/09/2008 Nenad Krsticic OFK Belgrade to Sampdoria
01/09/2008 Kerlon Cruzeiro to Chievo
01/09/2008 Carlos Javier Matheu Independiente to Cagliari
01/09/2008 Gianluca Frontino Grashoppers to Lecce (Loan)
01/09/2008 D. Marchini Triestina to Bologna (Loan)
01/09/2008 Diego Milito Zaragoza to Genoa
01/09/2008 Cosmin Moti Dinamo Bucarest to Siena
01/09/2008 S. Aronica Reggina to Napoli
01/09/2008 M. Domizzi Napoli to Udinese

The Argentine Diego Milito makes his way as Capitano of Real Zaragoza to Genoa for €8 million in a 3 year deal. The player refused a move to join Tottenham because he wanted to return to Genoa and what good news that is for the Rossoblu now absent one Marco Borriello. “This is my city; I’m coming home.”, said Milto. Other interests for the player included Valencia and Manchester City.

Departures

01/09/2008 D. Di Michele Torino to West Ham (Loan)
01/09/2008 M. Andreolli Roma to Sassuolo (Loan)
01/09/2008 R. Baronio Lazio to Brescia (Loan)
01/09/2008 A. Poli Sampdoria to Sassuolo (Loan)
01/09/2008 M. Gasparetto Chievo to Pisa (Loan)
01/09/2008 Roberto De Zerbi Napoli to Avellino
01/09/2008 M. Cottafava Lecce to Triestina
01/09/2008 Pablo Mariano Louro Granoche Chievo to Triestina (Loan)