Palermo sound out Mozart
By Nadia Carminati. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Reggina have revealed that they could be willing to let Mozart leave the club.
The Italians have previously insisted that they want to keep their captain at the club, but they have now been talking about his possible sale.
Juventus have been interested in the Brazilian and Reggina have now said that they would consider his departure if the deal was right.
Reggina president Lillo Foti says that Mozart could leave Stadio Oreste Granillo for the right price, and revealed that talks had begun with Palermo over Antonio and Emanuele Filippini.
"Mozart is wanted by a few Italian and foreign clubs," said Foti.
"But one thing is talking about their intentions, but another one is putting in serious requests.
"Our captain is an important player. We might give him up only for a useful situation.
"One team that is interested in Mozart is Palermo. Anyway it's true that in the dialogue with the Sicilian side we also spoke about the Filippini twins."
The Filippinis spent last season on loan at Lazio, but Reggina could try and sign them in exchange for Mozart.