Tiatto Moves To Leicester City
Qantas Socceroo Danny Tiatto is set to continue his club career in England, after Leicester City manager Micky Adams confirmed the midfielder’s capture.
Qantas Socceroo Danny Tiatto is set to continue his club career in England, after Leicester City manager Micky Adams confirmed the midfielder-s capture. Tiatto, currently recovering from a fractured jaw that he received against Turkey in May, is due to fly to England this week and undergo a medical and complete the details of his two-year deal. Adams said of Tiatto-s capture, “Danny will be a valuable member of the squad and is an ideal player for Leicester City at the moment. He's versatile and can play in all positions on the left-hand side of the pitch." Tiatto was released by Manchester City during last season after struggling with injuries and form and comes on a free transfer. Leicester was relegated from the Premier League last season and Adam-s will be looking to Tiatto-s experience to help lift them back to England-s elite competition.
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