Udinese's Italian hitman Fabio Quagliarella has signed a five-year deal with San Paolo-based side Napoli, the southerners have confirmed.
A statement on Napoli's website reads: "Fabio Quagliarella is Napoli's. The Azzurri club have bought the Udinese striker on a permanent basis. Quagliarella has signed a contract for five seasons."
"I am happy, it's what I wanted, and it's a dream come true for me," Quagliarella told friends, as reported by Il Corriere Dello Sport.
The striker has been outstanding for the Friulani this season and he leaves the club after a two-year stint there.
The Italian international has scored 13 goals in Serie A this term and voices claim Roberto Donadoni has been pushing for the player since he took over from Edy Reja back in March.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com