Bernardo Corradi agreed a mutual recession of his contract with Reggina last week, following the club's relegation to Serie B.
The player's agent, Moreno Roggi, has revealed the hitman's next destination. It appears that Corradi will be suiting up in black and white at the Stadio Friuli for 2009-10 campaign.
"Bernardo has already signed for Udinese," he explained to Calciomercato on Friday.
The Euro 2004 participant is being brought in to shore up the Zebrette's attack, who lack a central striker, after Fabio Quagliarella signed for Napoli.
Corradi managed 10 goals in 29 appearances for Reggina this season and is an experienced forward having played for Chievo, Lazio, Valencia, Parma, and Manchester City in the past.
Adam Scime, Goal.com