Kevin Bonifazi, previously a defender at Bologna, has now officially signed with Frosinone, marking today as his first day with his new club. This followed the club’s unsuccessful attempt to secure the services of Dean Huijsen, who opted for Roma instead. In a swift response to reinforce their defence, Frosinone made a quick decision to bring in Bonifazi for coach Di Francesco.
As reported by Sky Sport, Bonifazi arrived in town last night and has now officially signed with Frosinone. This is the club’s second major signing in the current transfer window, following the recent acquisition of French-Algerian footballer Fares Ghedjemis.
The announcement was made official through a club statement which read, “Frosinone Calcio is pleased to announce it has reached an agreement with Bologna Football Club 1909 for the acquisition of the sporting services of footballer Kevin Bonifazi. The class of ’96 defender arrives on a temporary basis and will wear the yellow-and-blue shirt until June 30, 2024”.
This marks a significant move for Frosinone as they strive to strengthen their squad during the ongoing transfer window.