USA international midfielder Bradley signs for Roma

Goal.com
USA international midfielder Bradley signs for Roma
.

View photo

USA international midfielder Bradley signs for Roma

Roma has confirmed on their official website that it has secured the services of Michael Bradley from Chievo Verona for a fee of 3.75 million euros. The versatile midfielder has signed a contract until the summer of 2016 with his new club.

New Roma coach Zdenek Zeman was keen to add some fresh blood to his midfield, and has now got the reinforcements he was after.

The 24-year-old Bradley started his professional career at the New York/New Jersey MetroStars and also wore the jerseys of Heerenveen, Borussia Monchengladbach and Aston Villa before joining Chievo in the summer of 2011.

He immediately became a key player at the Serie A side, and has now earned himself a transfer to Roma with his good performances last term.

Meanwhile, Romanian youngster Adrian Stoian has moved from Roma to Chievo as part of the deal. The Flying Donkeys have paid 0.5m euros for 50 percent of the 21-year-old's rights.

Follow GOAL.COM USA on Twitter

View Comments (3)
  • Newcastle defender Williamson apologises after red card

    Newcastle defender Williamson apologises after red card

    Newcastle United defender Mike Williamson has apologised for getting sent off against Leicester City in Saturday’s 3-0 Premier League defeat and denied he did it on purpose. The 31-year-old Williamson earned a second yellow card for a reckless … More »

    Reuters - 6 minutes ago
  • 1 man dead, 14 police hurt in football rioting in Poland

    A man died after being hit by a rubber bullet and 14 police officers were injured in clashes that erupted Saturday during a Polish league football match in the south of the country. A 27-year-old man was struck by a rubber bullet on the neck when … More »

    AP - Sports - 27 minutes ago
  • Chelsea are boring under Mourinho, says Gullit

    Chelsea are boring under Mourinho, says Gullit

    Chelsea play "ugly" football under Jose Mourinho and the Premier League's runaway leaders deserve to be branded as boring because of their refusal to attack teams, their former manager Ruud Gullit has said. Chelsea, who have already won the League … More »

    Reuters - 1 hour 16 minutes ago
  • Asia's lack of democracy typical of FIFA ethos, says Ali

    By Mike Collett DEAD SEA, Jordan (Reuters) - The way that the Asian Football Confederation allowed FIFA president Sepp Blatter to address its congress while none of the men campaigning to replace him could, showed a typical lack of democracy, one … More »

    Reuters - 1 hour 46 minutes ago
  • Polish fan's death after police action leads to violent clashes

    A Polish soccer fan died on Saturday after he was hit by a rubber bullet fired by police, leading to violent clashes in a provincial town hours later in which 14 officers were wounded, police said. Fourteen officers were wounded during the incident … More »

    Reuters - 2 hours 11 minutes ago