Cesare Bovo

Cesare Bovo

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Cesare Bovo

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Cesare Bovo (born 14 January 1983 in Rome) is an Italian footballer who plays as a defender for Serie A club Palermo.

Club career

Lecce & youth career

Bovo grew up playing in the renowned AS Roma youth system, and was sold on a co-ownership bid to Serie B club Lecce in the 2002/2003 season, which Bovo was exchanged with Mauro Rizzo who both tagged for €3M in although both lack of experience.

Lecce promoted to Serie A and gave Bovo the opportunity to make his Serie A début in 2003.

Returned to Roma

In June 2004, he was bought back by Roma for a nominal fees of €10,000 Co-currently Rizzo returned to Lecce for undisclosed fees.

On 31 August 2004, the 2004 Olympic Bronze Medalists was signed by Palermo in co-ownership deal (i.e. 50% rights), Palermo just paid €1.5M to Roma via transfer the registration rights of young player Francesco Milano (50%, €750K), youth goalkeeper Paolo Comi (50%, €750K) to Roma, which both of them loaned back to Palermo. The deal with Palermo, including sold the remain 50% rights of Simone Pepe to Palermo for undisclosed fee, were reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport were due to Roma's President Franco Sensi, owed Palermo's President Maurizio Zamparini (who also bought Palermo from Sensi in 2002) money,

Both teams agreed Bovo remained at Parma F.C. on loan, which...
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