Llorente set to join Juventus

Rome, July 1 (IANS) Spanish striker Fernando Llorente is scheduled to arrive in Turin on Monday to join Juventus as a free agent, the Italian Serie A football champions said.

Jul 1 2013, 5:30am CDT | by

Llorente set to join Juventus
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Rome, July 1 — Spanish striker Fernando Llorente is scheduled to arrive in Turin on Monday to join Juventus as a free agent, the Italian Serie A football champions said.

The 28-year-old Llorente scored 85 goals from 262 Liga games over eight seasons with Spanish club Athletic Bilbao.

Llorente is Juventus' second new striker after the last week arrival of Argentine Carlos Tevez from Manchester City.

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