The goalkeeper's move to Chelsea depends on DVDs rather than cash...
Marco Storari's move to Chelsea has been delayed as the English side have asked Fiorentina for DVDs of the stopper in action in order to help coach Luis Felipe Scolari make a decision.
Earlier reports claimed the Fiorentina goalkeeper, who is owned by Milan, was set to put pen to paper this evening and complete his move to Stamford Bridge.
However, Firenzeviola.it claims Chelsea have asked for five DVDs of Storari in action as they want to take one final look at him before bringing him to London.
According to reports, the Viola have also confirmed that the goalkeeper was present during this afternoon's training session, rather than in London to sign a contract with the Premier League side.
It seems as if the 'keeper's move to London hangs in the balance. The DVDs could be the difference between whether the move takes off or fails.
Spanish side Getafe have also shown an interest in the shot-stopper, but he is likely to join Chelsea if the footage of him in action is enough to convince Scolari.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com
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