List Of Italian Football Transfers Summer 2008
This is a list of Italian football transfers, for the 2008-09 season, from and to Serie A and Serie B.
In July 2008 FIGC announced each Serie A clubs could signed up to 2 non-EU player to replace their old non-EU player who moved abroad, released or retired. These transfer were marked.
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... Aston Villa Juventus 5000000000000000000 Free 2008-02-071 Di Cosmo, JuliánJulián Di Cosmo Argentina Igea Virtus Catania Undisclosed 2008-02-161 Kjaer, SimonSimon Kjær Denmark Midtjylland Palermo €4M 2008-02-271 ... Gallen Bari Free 2008-03-29 Stadsgaard, KrisKris Stadsgaard Denmark Reggina Rosenborg Undisclosed 2008-04-021 Bonvissuto, AntoninoAntonino Bonvissuto Italy ... Undisclosed 2008-07-01 Puccio, GabrieleGabriele Puccio Italy Internazionale Verona Loan 2008-07-01 Volpato, RejRej Volpato Italy Juventus Bari Co-ownership, €0.5M 2008-07-01 Potenza ...
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