Ziegler joins Sassuolo on loan

Juventus full-back Reto Ziegler has agreed a season-long loan with newly-promoted Sassuolo.

Last Updated: 20/08/13 at 18:57 Post Comment

Reto Ziegler: Loan move

Reto Ziegler: Loan move

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Juventus full-back Reto Ziegler has agreed a season-long loan with Sassuolo.

The 27-year-old former Tottenham defender, who signed for the Old Lady in May 2011, will remain at the newly-promoted Serie A club until next summer.

Meanwhile, Juventus also confirmed on Tuesday that Zoran Josipovic will spend this season at Serie B club Novara on loan.

The Swiss frontman could be in contention for their trip to Avellino this weekend.


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