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‘Bobo’ has thanked the Bergamaschi for rescinding his contract, and Italian media claim that he is ready to move abroad.

Yesterday, former Italy international Christian Vieri agreed the mutual rescission of his contract with Atalanta, but he does not seem keen to hang up his boots just yet.

The 35-year-old controversially re-joined the Orobici last summer, despite the fact that the majority of their supporters labelled him a ‘traitor’ for turning his back on the club in 2007 to join Fiorentina.

He was repeatedly jeered last Saturday during a friendly match with Bellinzona and that seemed to be the last straw, as he decided to terminate his contract three months early.

“I want to thank Atalanta for their correctness towards me during this season and during my previous spells with the Nerazzurri,” read a statement from the ex-Inter ace.

And several Italian sources speculate this morning that ‘Bobone’ is now carefully weighing up offers from English, American and Arab clubs.  Sportal.it claims that he could end up at Queens Park Rangers, the Championship side owned by Italian magnate Flavio Briatore.

Vince Masiello, Goal.com


 

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