It looks like a stampede. Everyone is leaving Verona. It must be admitted that what is happening in Verona is probably starting to worry the leaders of Italian football quite a bit. We have all realized, is it possible that the League is not starting to glimpse the danger of this situation? For now no official move, but the situation we already told you about (read), It seems really delicate.
Already the problems of Patron Setti with lots of seizure of company shares, then the start of the transfer market with repeated sales of valuable pieces which (it seems) are not over yet.
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Verona, risk of "ghost team"?
Ghost team risk. This is what it explains Il Fatto Quotidiano. The Serie A risks finding yourself with a “ghost” team after many sales done and scheduled.
Il Fatto Quotidiano asks: “is it possible to end up with a club in January dismantles the team completely, inevitably distorting the regularity of the fight for relegation (one place now seems to be assigned) and more generally of the whole competition? These things once happened in Serie C, they are now the order of the day even in Serie A." Unfortunately it seems like this is actually happening.
Valuable pieces sold and to be sold... who remains?
In a series of consecutive assignments, the question is: who stays at Verona? Already gone: Hien (Atalanta), Filippo Terracciano (Milan), Kallom (Bari) Hongla (Granada), but there are other top transfers planned. Yesterday Capitan Faraoni was sold (to Fiorentina).
Henry is unlikely to stay, just as the winger will certainly be sold finger, in which Sassuolo is very interested. Bonazzoli, most likely, will return to Salernitana, while Djuric is requested by Genoa. Goalkeeper Montipò is also needed in Spain and could leave soon. While Fiorentina made a survey for Suslov.
At the end, ngonge will almost certainly be sold. Verona has already opened up to the sale: Milan, Fiorentina and Napoli are on his trail with a price tag of between 12 and 15 million. At the moment, no signing of Verona. What will happen?