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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Diego Cavalieri joins Cesena

Liverpool have confirmed that goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri has left the club and signed for Italian outfit Cesena.

The stopper was signed by Rafael Benitez from Palmeiras in July 2008 and made 10 appearances for the first team.

He has now signed for Italian Serie A newcomers AC Cesena Spa who clinched promotion last season.

New-signing Brad Jones has now been allocated the No.1 shirt.

Source: LiverpoolFC.tv

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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Transfer news: Babel and Diego latest

Roy Hodgson confirmed that Diego Cavalieri looks set to leave Liverpool - but the boss dismissed speculation that Ryan Babel could move.

Goalkeeper Cavalieri will hold talks with Italian side Cesena after our Europa League play-off first leg with Trabzonspor.

His likely departure follows the arrival at Anfield this week of stopper Brad Jones, who was not signed in time to be eligible for today's Europa League clash.

   "Diego has done a marvellous job for the last three years.

"He's a very good goalkeeper and a very good person, but he made it clear to me at the start of the season that after three years of watching Pepe play every week he might, if he's not careful, lose his goalkeeping ability or his status as a first-team goalkeeper.

"He made it clear he'd like to leave and find a club where he'll be able to play on a regular basis, so we set about the task of finding someone we thought would be as good a complement to Pepe Reina as Cavalieri has been.

"That's why Brad Jones has come in. He's the man we've chosen to back up Reina, put him under pressure and, most importantly, be ready to play.

"Diego will travel to Cesena after the game tomorrow night for a medical." Hodgson told LiverpoolFC.tv

The Brazilian's departure would make Jones the recognised number two to Reina, and he is likely to feature regularly if we reach the Europa League proper.

Meanwhile, quizzed on whether rumours linking Babel with a move to Wolfsburg was accurate yesterday.

   "No, there's none there. I'm afraid we're in the realm of speculation. You know better than I how many stories you're getting every day, and many of them are unfounded and many are attempts from people to get their players in the spotlight.

"We've had no written or formal offers for Ryan Babel and he's a player who I'm expecting to play for us." Hodgson said.

With two weeks of the transfer window remaining, the gaffer is not ruling out more activity - and backed up Christian Purslow's suggestion that there could be 'one or two' new faces on top of Jones.

Elsewhere, Hodgson was delighted with news that Martin Skrtel has signed a new contract at Anfield.

Source: LiverpoolFC.tv

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Monday, July 14, 2008

Reds completes third signing

Diego Cavalieri will battle with Jose Reina for the coveted No 1 shirt at Liverpool this season after signing a four-year contract at Anfield.

The Brazilian goalkeeper could feature in Liverpool's pre-season friendly with Tranmere tomorrow having completed his estimated £3million switch from Palmerias.

Diego CavalieriLiverpool are hoping to cover the cost of the 25-year-old with the sale of Scott Carson. Carson spent last season on loan at Aston Villa but Martin O'Neill has been put off by Liverpool's £6m valuation of the England shotstopper.

Cavalieri becomes the third Brazilian at the club alongside Lucas and Fabio Aurelio and is manager Rafael Benitez's third major signing of the summer following the arrivals of full-backs Philipp Degen and Andrea Dossena.


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