Rodney Strasser deal done

Genoa have completed the signing of Sierra Leone international midfielder Rodney Strasser from AC Milan.

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Rodney Strasser: On the move

Rodney Strasser: On the move

The 23-year-old spent time on loan with Lecce and Parma during a five-year spell on Milan's books but only made six Serie A appearances for the Rossoneri, scoring one goal.

Kevin Constant, the Guinean midfielder who walked off the pitch during a pre-season friendly with Sassuolo last week after allegedly suffering racist abuse, will remain at San Siro after Milan took the remaining half of his registration from Genoa as part of the Strasser deal.

A statement published on genoacfc.com read: "Genoa announce the acquisition of the playing rights of Rodney Strasser from AC Milan and can also confirm the permanent transfer of Kevin Constant's playing rights to the Rossonero club."

France-born Constant made 25 league appearances for Milan in the 2012-13 season.


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