ROME - AC Milan have signed Italian goalkeeper Flavio Roma from French side Monaco on a one-year deal, while letting Australian keeper Zeljko Kalac go, the Serie A club said on Wednesday. "Milan thank Kalac for what he did during his time at the club and wish him the best for the future," said a statement on the club website, adding that the contract had been cancelled by mutual consent. Kalac joined Milan in 2005 but he was rarely their first choice option. Milan have three other keepers on their books, but only Marco Storari is fully fit, with Dida and Christian Abbiati both fighting to recover from injury.
13 August 2009
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