Hoping to be part of South Africa's adventure in the next World Cup, Luca Toni had to break the stalemate in Bavaria where he became entangled from the start of the season. In order to recover, the attacker wanted to return almost exclusively to the Italian league, where he had been so angry in the past. And that the leaders of Rome were remembered and managed to get their nets out. Bayern Munich and Roma have agreed on a loan for six months until the end of the season, validated by a satisfactory doctor. A return to the country that should bring several advantages to the old Florentine for future terms.

First of all, Luca Toni shouldn't spend a lot of time getting used to the Italian championship style of play. Your acclimatization in your new equipment will make you faster. More importantly, this return in Serie A will offer him a necessarily stronger display than any other foreign league. Marcello Lippi, Italy coach, and will try to improve the need to select or not the former European Golden Boot (in 2006 with Fiorentina) that he had launched against Iceland (lost 2-0) in August 2004. For him past A few months later, Luca Toni saw a black period between repeated injuries, mood swings and bench.

Cold with Bayern Munich coach Louis van Gaal, the Italian international with 47 appearances (16 goals) has changed only four times in the Bundesliga this season, without scoring a single goal. After recovering from an Achilles tendon injury, he notably refused to switch to the reserve team. Now, together with the iconic Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi in particular, Luca Toni will reach his next goal: to participate in the 2010 World Cup with the Italian team. "Luca Toni has asked the president of Bayern Munich to be loaned to AS Roma for personal reasons and the two clubs have reached an agreement," Bayern Munich said in a statement. Toni hopes, thanks to his regular appearances in Serie A, to participate in the 2010 World Cup final, his main goal. "Toni is now the cards. For him to play." https://xn--l3clbuukk5c4d8a3e5d.com/%e0%b8%9b%e0%b8%a3%e0%b8%b0%e0%b8%a7...

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Hoping to be part of South Africa's adventure in the next World Cup, Luca Toni had to break the stalemate in Bavaria where he became entangled from the start of the season. In order to recover, the attacker wanted to return almost exclusively to the Italian league, where he had been so angry in the past. And that the leaders of Rome were remembered and managed to get their nets out. Bayern Munich and Roma have agreed on a loan for six months until the end of the season, validated by a satisfactory doctor. A return to the country that should bring several advantages to the old Florentine for future terms.