Manchester City have agreed to allow striker Bernardo Corradi to join Reggina on a free transfer.

The Guardian says Corradi is to join Serie A's Reggina on a free transfer having been released from the final year of his Manchester City contract by the new manager, Mark Hughes. The 32-year-old, who scored just three goals in 25 league appearances for City before being sent on loan to Parma last season, is the fourth striker to leave the club since Hughes' arrival, following the release of Paul Dickov and Emile Mpenza and the sale of Georgios Samaras to Celtic.