The Italian midfielder Diego Fabrièni came into the transfer plans of the Levski Grand Prix. The offensive midfielder is owned by the Romanian elite Botosani.
The 28-year-old has played 24 league matches in which he has scored 5 goals.
According to the Romanian site fa-natik.ro, quoted by novsport.com, until yesterday his transfer to Dinamo (Bucharest) was considered safe, but this is no longer the case. The reason is that Levski has declared interest in him as well.
Diego has a contract with Botosani for the next season, which means that a transfer amount will be paid for him.
Diego Fabriini was born on July 31, 1990, 181 cm tall. His professional career began in Empoli, and in his homeland he also carries the teams of Udinese, Palermo, Siena and Spice.
He played in English Watford, Milool, Birmingham City and Middlesbrough. He also brought in the team of the Spanish Oviedo, from which he moved to Botosani in the summer of 2018.
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Fabrizini is a former Italian national of Italy (12 games with 1 goal), and there is one match for Scuadra Adzura. He debuted for the team on August 15, 2012 in defeating 1: 2 from England – entered as a reserve in the last 6 minutes.
This is the second Italian who has come to see Levski for summer selection. Romania has already announced that Bogdan Patraskou's main scout of the club has watched live the appearances of Dynamo (Bucharest) striker Mattia Montini.
In 16 championship matches he scored 9 goals for "red dogs". The assailant was born on February 28, 1992, 175 centimeters high.