Bursaspor move for Frey

Bursaspor have signed French goalkeeper Sebastien Frey from Genoa on a three-year contract.

Last Updated: 15/07/13 at 17:48 Post Comment

Sebastien Frey: Has joined Bursaspor from Genoa

Sebastien Frey: Has joined Bursaspor from Genoa

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Bursaspor have signed French goalkeeper Sebastien Frey from Genoa on a three-year contract, the Turkish club have confirmed.

Frey, 33, joins the Super Lig outfit as a replacement for ex-Liverpool keeper Scott Carson, who returned to England to sign for Wigan earlier this month.

A two-time France international, Frey spent 15 consecutive seasons playing in Italy after joining Inter Milan from Cannes in 1998. He made over 100 appearances for both Parma and Fiorentina before joining Genoa on a free transfer two years ago.

A statement published on Bursaspor's official website also confirmed the signing of Argentinian defender Renato Civelli from Nice on a two-year deal.


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