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Four new players sign for Fiorentina

Four new players sign for Fiorentina. Rachele Baldi, Alice Parisi, Zsanett Kajan and Laura Agard join Viola. The first two signed two-year contracts, while the latter two penned a one-year deal.

Rachele Baldi arrives to Florence from Roma, where she played since 2020, but spent last season on loan with Napoli, for whom she made 7 appearances. The 27-year-old Italian goalkeeper previously also wore shirts of Empoli, Florentia, Castelfranco and Siena.

Alice Parisi is already a familiar face in Fiorentina, where she already played between 2016 and 2020. The Italian midfielder joined Sassuolo two years ago but opted to return to Viola, with whom she already won Scudetto and two Italian cups.

Similar to Parisi, also Laura Agard returns to Fiorentina after two years with AC Milan. The French defender, who also played for Lyon and Montpellier, made 24 appearances for Rossonere in the last season of Serie A femminile.

Zsanett Kajan played in her native Hungary before being selected by OL Reign on the NSWL draft in January. After failing to make any appearance, the Hungarian forward chose to return to Europe and signed for Fiorentina.

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