Donati to join Hellas

Hellas Verona have begun shaping their squad for a return to Serie A by agreeing a deal for Palermo's Massimo Donati.

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Massimo Donati: Moving to Hellas Verona

Massimo Donati: Moving to Hellas Verona

Hellas Verona have begun shaping their squad for a return to Serie A by agreeing a deal for Palermo midfielder Massimo Donati.

The Gialloblu will compete in the top flight for the first time in 11 years having finished second to Sassuolo in Serie B and, pending a medical, 32-year-old Donati will support their cause at the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi.

A statement published on Hellas' official website read: "Hellas Verona have reached an agreement with US Palermo for the transfer of Massimo Donati. The midfielder's full registration will be transferred after medical tests."

A former AC Milan, Celtic and Bari player, Donati made 28 league appearances for Palermo in the 2012-13 season but the Sicilians were relegated from Serie A.


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