Baptista Back to Spain

Monday, January 3, 2011 Malaga - Italians do not give good fortune to make a career Julio Baptista. Brazilian Striker parted with AS Roma to return to the land of Spain and joined Malaga.

Concerned at this time was at his new place to complete his move administration. Was mentioned that the Romans hand over Baptista worth two million euros, and Malaga contracted until 2014, he paid 2.5 million euros per year.

"I am very excited to be here," said 29-year Brazilian players on landing in Spain. "I'm sure will find comfort because this team has a lot of important projects forward."

Baptista became the fifth player who digaet Malaga this winter after Enzo Maresca (from Olympiakos), Martin Demichelis (Bayern Munich) and Sergio Asenjo and Nacho Camacho (Atletico Madrid).

Rome was the club's fifth in career Baptista after Sao Paulo, Sevilla, Arsenal, Real Madrid. In the Italian capital club, he failed to penetrate the main team. In his first two seasons in uniform Giallorossi he became the starter only 26 times and only scored 12 goals in Serie A.

In this season the player nicknamed The Beast had never even played the first minute of the seven league games that followed.

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