A new lead pops up on the Monza-Bergamo axis

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Monza, Caleb Okoli is being evaluated for the defense

One of the targets at Monza in view of the next soccer market session will surely be a reinforcement in the defensive department, accomplice to the possible departures of Izzo and Marlon, whose loans will expire on June 30. The Brianza management, in fact, would already be sounding out several profiles to replace the two outgoing players.

According to reports from “La Gazzetta dello Sport,” one name that is gaining momentum would be that of Caleb Okoli, who could leave Atalanta to find more minutes. The alternative to the 2001-born Italian defender would be Napoli’s Ostigard.

La Dea, for its part, in front of a fair offer, would be willing to sell the young former Cremonese man. In addition, the acquisition by the orobici of Hien from Hellas Verona combined with the good relations between the two clubs, could further put the operation on the downhill slope for Monza.

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