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Guberti lands back at Sampdoria

Published: Friday 6 August 2010, 19.55CET
After spending the second half of last season on loan at UC Sampdoria, winger Stefano Guberti has returned to the Genoese club from Serie A rivals AS Roma in a co-ownership transfer.
Guberti lands back at Sampdoria
Stefano Guberti celebrates scoring against Lazio last term ©Getty Images
Published: Friday 6 August 2010, 19.55CET

Guberti lands back at Sampdoria

After spending the second half of last season on loan at UC Sampdoria, winger Stefano Guberti has returned to the Genoese club from Serie A rivals AS Roma in a co-ownership transfer.

UEFA Champions League play-off contenders UC Sampdoria have re-signed Stefano Guberti in a co-ownership transfer from AS Roma, the winger having spent the second half of last season on loan with the Blucerchiati.

Guberti returns to Genoa after scoring twice in 16 Serie A appearances between January and May. The 25-year-old former Ascoli Calcio 1898 player had joined Roma last summer from AS Bari but featured just six times – three as a starter – for the capital club before Christmas. Guberti will hope to be involved when Domenico Di Carlo's team visit SV Werder Bremen in the first leg of their play-off tie on 18 August, six days before the return at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.

Last updated: 07/08/10 11.53CET

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