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Busy transfer window in Sassuolo

Squad planning in the Italian team is in full swing. In the past couple of weeks, the club announced arrivals of Annahita Zamanian and, Kassandra Missipo, while Cecilia Prugna, Chiara Beccari and Angela Passeri join Neroverde on loan.

The 25-year-old Annahita Zamanian played for Göteborg, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Fiorentina. The London born midfielder, who plays for French national team in youth categories, arrived to Italy in 2020 after brief spell in Paris. For Bianconere, Zamanian played over 50 matches but spent last season on loan with Fiorentina.

Kassandra Missipo è una nuova calciatrice del Sassuolo Femminile

Kassandra Missipo arrives from Basel, where she played last season. Previously, the Belgian international with over 40 caps also played for Anderlecht and Gent. In the last season, the midifielder made 20 appearances in Frauen Nationalliga. Sassuolo also previously announced signing of Solène Durand.

Cecilia Prugna joins Sassuolo on loan from AS Roma, Chiara Beccari from Juventus, and Angela Passeri from Inter. The trio already has Serie A Femminile experience but will look to gain more playing with Neroverde.

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