Ferrari Set To Join Genoa

It seems that former Roma defender Matteo Ferrari is finally ready to sign for a new club after agreeing to lower his wage demands.

According to reports from Italy, defender Matteo Ferrari is set to join Genoa after agreeing to lower his wage demands. The 28-year-old has been a free agent since terminating his contract with Roma. He has received a number of offers from Premier League clubs, who know the player from his brief stint at Everton.

There was allegedly also interest from Inter, who were said to be looking for a new defender following a series of injuries, the latest occurring to Marco Materazzi. However, the latest news is that Ferrari, who always favored a move to an Italian club, is ready to put pen to paper on a two-year deal with Genoa after accepting a cut in his wages.

For Genoa, signing the former Italian international would be the second major reinforcement over the last few days, after recruiting young Greek star Sokratis Papastathopoulos from AEK Athens.

Algerian-born Ferrari made his name with Parma under coach Cesare Prandelli, making 81 appearences for the Emiliani between 2001 and 2004, before he signed for Roma, where he could not quite establish himself as a first-choice player. He's also made 11 appearences for the Azzurri during Giovanni Trapattoni's reign.

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