Levante sign Acquafresca

Levante have made a double signing as they look to boost their push for European football.

Last Updated: 31/01/13 at 14:06 Post Comment

Acquafresca has joined Levante on loan.

Acquafresca has joined Levante on loan.

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Italian striker Robert Acquafresca has joined on loan from Bologna with Levante holding an option to buy the 25-year-old at the end of the season, while Greek defender Loukas Vyntra has signed a deal until the summer of 2014 following his release from Panathinaikos.

Acquafresca told the club's website he is looking forward to joining their top-six push.

"I really wanted to get here," he said. "There have been some problems but in the end they were all resolved.

"I hope to score many goals. I know the club and have many friends that have played here, such as Massimo Volta and Marco Storari. I have not spoken to everyone but I am told this is a great club."

Vyntra, who has 18 caps for Greece, has joined after making more than 200 appearances for Pana since joining in 2004.


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