Bardi joins Chievo on loan

Chievo have signed goalkeeper Francesco Bardi on loan from Inter Milan for next season.

Last Updated: 05/07/14 at 18:31 Post Comment

Francesco Bardi: Joins Chievo on season-long loan

Francesco Bardi: Joins Chievo on season-long loan

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The 22-year-old spent the 2013/14 campaign at Livorno, but could not prevent the Amaranto's relegation to Serie B.

With Samir Handanovic set to be Inter’s first-choice ‘keeper next season, Bardi has revealed he is looking forward to first-team football at the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi.

“I am very happy to be here, the feelings are very positive and I can’t wait to settle in to the squad so I can get to work,” Bardi told Chievo TV.

“Chievo are the club who wanted me with the most conviction and I am very honoured by that, so I hope to repay their faith in me.

“I’m glad I will play with (striker) Alberto Paloschi. It makes me happy. With him, I’ve built a good friendship.”

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