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.

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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