Emiliano Viviano switches to Sampdoria from Palermo

Emiliano VivianoEmiliano Viviano – goalkeeper who impressed local bookies and pay per head agents with his talent behind the goalpost – signed with Sampdoria from Palermo, who were recently promoted to Serie A.

Pay per head agents found out that the 28-year-old is set to move to Sampdoria following a spell with Palermo that did not prove to be very successful, as the player spent most of it out of the club on loan with Fiorentina and Arsenal, catching the eyes of local bookies around the world.

Viviano played 20 times for Palermo after January 2012, when he joined the Sicilian side, but pay per head agents saw that for the next two seasons he was loaned out.

But pay per head agents saw that last season, his loan spell with the Gunners came to an end with him never featuring in a game for the club. Now he will try to turn things around with Sampdoria, and many local bookies are confident that the goalkeeper will have no problems whatsoever with his new club.

A statement released by the Italian side’s official website read: “On the day of the 68th birthday of Sampdoria, president Massimo Ferrero gifts [coach] Sinisa Mihajlovic and all the Blucerchiati fans official confirmation of the signing of Emiliano Viviano.

“The goalkeeper, who arrives from Palermo and has chosen the number two shirt, will be presented to the media tomorrow [Wednesday].”

And many local bookies were very excited to learn about the club’s new acquisition.

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Sampdoria’s fans and many local bookies can’t wait for August 31 to arrive, as their Serie A campaign gets underway at Palermo, and pay per head agents expect to see an excellent performance by the team.

Local bookies are well aware of how talented Viviano is as a goalkeeper, and believe that he could prove to be a key acquisition for Sampdoria. Pay per head agents will closely follow the player’s progress and how he settles in with his new club.