Sculli saga continues
By Paul Higham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Perguai said that they had signed Suclli on Friday but he played for Cheivo on Sunday - and also scored.
Flying Donkeys coach Luigi Del Neri has dismissed the idea of selling Sculli, and now the player just wants to know where he will be playing for the rest of the season.
Sculli is partly owned by Juventus so he is very confused and wants the situation cleared up as soon as possible.
"Where will I play? It's not up to me at this point," Sculli told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I'm half owned by Juve and half by Chievo. They will decide.
"I can say I gave my agreement to the transfer to Perugia, then everything has been blocked.
"I've expressed the desire to play much more. I'm a regular Under 21 representative and this year there is the selection for the European Championships, a tournament to which I'd like to go to at my best.
"Saying that, at present I'm a Chievo player, I'm training with them and I hope someone will call me to tell me what will be my future.
"Del Neri knows my value. He frequently says I'm a star of Italian football."
Chievo officials have confirmed that Sculli is their player and that they do not wish to sell him as they have no replacement.
However, they do not want to keep him against his will so should he demand to leave he could well join Perugia.
Meanwhile, Perugia say that they have signed Atletico Madrid's young forward Alejandro Sanchez Fernandez and the 17-year-old has already trained with Serse Cosmi's men.