Bradley excited to push barriers at Roma
By FRANCO PANIZO
Michael Bradley started hearing whispers about clubs being interested in acquiring him from Chievo Verona while with the U.S. men's national team earlier this summer. There were plenty of options from both inside of Italy and out, but as soon as he learned Italian heavyweights AS Roma were serious about signing him, he needed to hear nothing more.
Bradley signed a four-year deal with AS Roma this past Sunday, completing a move that has been in the works for weeks now and one that further solidifies the U.S. men's national team midfielder's place in European soccer. For Bradley, the decision to join the historic Italian club was easy even in spite of him being a regular starter for Chievo, because, after all, these chances don't come around too often.... [via Soccer By Ives]
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