By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Fabrizio Romano: Gladbach pull €2 million exit clause for Bremen talent Chiarodia

Italian transfer guru Fabrizio Romano now reports that SV Werder Bremen prospect Fabio Chiarodia's move to Borussia Mönchengladbach is a done deal. 

New BMG head-coach Gerardo Seoane is apparently convinced enough of the youngster's abilities to pull a €2 million exit clause in the 18-year-old's contract.
Despite the fact that the teenager has made only three Bundesliga appearances in his young career, Borussia Mönchengladbach are preparing to fork over €2 million for 18-year-old center back Fabio Chiarodia of SV Werder Bremen. This was initially reported by reliable sources such as Kicker Magazine, Westphalia's "Rheinische Post", and Bremen's "Deichstube" website. 

Italian transfer guru Fabrizio Romano now reports that the German-Italian defender - who represents Italy internationally - will definitely be moving to the foals. New Gladbach head-coach Gerardo Seoane is said to be convinced of the young talent's abilities and may perhaps even be willing to build a defensive line around him. 

Chiarodia has just one Bundesliga start under his belt, interestingly enough against Gladbach, on matchday 25 of the current campaign. Bremen sporting director Frank Baumann is also known to be fond of the player, but won't be able to prevent a move if Chiarodia wishes to seek better prospects. 

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