01. 11. 2018

ITA M: Simon Hirsch officially returns to Italy!

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After a short episode in South Korea, the German player has decided to play in Europe again.

 

Revire Milano has confirmed the transfer of this player on their official website. The president of the club Lucio Fusaro has completed all the documents to include this player to the roster of Andrea Giani’s team.

In the last season, Hirsch was a member of Monza. The 26-year old player will be wearing the shirt number 9.

His debut is expected probably during the weekend. It is still unknown why he left the South Korean team Suwon after spending only two months there.

 

See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors. 

 

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