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Amauri expected to sign for Fiorentina

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By Luca Cetta

Thursday 19 January 2012

Amauri appears certain to sign for Fiorentina today, according to Sky Sport.

The out-of-favour Juventus striker is not part of Antonio Conte’s plans and has not featured all season. His contract is set to expire at the end of the season.

Fiorentina began the January transfer window by selling Alberto Gilardino to Genoa and Santiago Silva to Boca Juniors and are in need of a striker.

Juve will receive a nominal fee for the Italo-Brazilian, who is expected to sign a contract only until June. This will ensure he is free to find another club next season if the Florentine adventure does not work out, but the two parties can look to extend his deal should Amauri do well.

His loan spell at Parma this time last season resulted in seven goals from 11 appearances.

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