Torino renew Barreto agreement

Brazilian striker Vitor Barreto will remain at Torino for the 2013-14 season after the Serie A club renewed their co-ownership arrangement with Udinese.

Last Updated: 18/06/13 at 19:10 Post Comment

Vitor Barreto: Staying at Torino next season

Vitor Barreto: Staying at Torino next season

The 27-year-old moved to the Stadio Olimpico from Udine in January and scored three goals in 16 league appearances to help Torino secure their top-flight status.

A statement published on torinofc.it read: "Torino have reached an agreement with Udinese to renew the agreement concerning striker Vitor Barreto, who will once again wear the Granata shirt for the 2013-14 season."

The Rio de Janeiro-born forward originally signed for Udinese in 2005 but enjoyed his best spell in Italy during three years with Bari, for whom he scored 41 league goals before returning north in 2011.

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