Udinese Calcio have reinforced their attacking options by signing Lucas Castroman and Dino Fava.
Plenty of goals
Castroman has returned to Italy barely a week after he left S.S. Lazio to join CA Vélez Sársfield in his homeland. The 22-year-old Argentinian right-winger is moving to the Friuli stadium on a loan deal. The 26-year-old Fava has left Varese FC to join Udinese after impressing in a loan spell with US Triestina in Serie B last season. Fava scored 22 goals in 36 matches.
Meanwhile, Udinese's UEFA Cup rivals Parma AC have loaned Under-21 international Matteo Brighi to Brescia Calcio for the rest of the season. Brighi was in his second season at the Tardini stadium since joining from Juventus FC in the deal that took Marco Di Vaio to the Bianconeri. Juve still partly own the 22-year-old's playing licence.