Franco “Mudo” Vázquez, whose contract with Sevilla expired this year, signed this Tuesday for Parma, Italian Serie B club, with an agreement until 2023.
“Parma Calcio 1913 communicates that it reached an agreement with Franco Vázquez for a contract that will bind him to the club until 2023, with the option of renewal depending on certain conditions,” reports Parma in an official statement.
– Parma Calcio 1913 (@ 1913parmacalcio) June 29, 2021
The incorporation had been suggested shortly before by the Parmesan club with a message on the Twitter account of the president, the American Kyle Krause, in which Argentine and Italian flags and the emoticon of a hand signing a contract appeared.
Vázquez, born in Tanti (Argentina) in 1989, has dual nationality, Argentine and Italian.
Returns to Italy after playing five years at Sevilla, with which he won a Europa League, after his previous spell at Palermo.
The “Mudo” accepted the proposal of a Parma that, with its American ownership, has great ambitions for the future and reinforced the team with veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon to return to Serie A next year.