Lecce, hot lead in Serie A for attack

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Lecce, Eldor Shomurodov is being evaluated for the attack

One of the goals at Lecce will be a reinforcement in the offensive phase, complicit with the return to AC Milan of Lorenzo Colombo after his positive season in Salento. The Giallorossi management, in fact, would be following several profiles both in Italy and abroad to satisfy Roberto D’Aversa’s requests.

According to reports from “La Gazzetta dello Sport,” the Salento club has reportedly set its sights on Roma’s Eldor Shomurodov, who, after his loan at Spezia, would be ready to leave the capital again to seek more minutes. The parties would already be working to find an agreement on the formula, as the Giallorossi would like the Uzbek center forward on loan, while the Capitolini would be willing to sell the player outright.

In addition to the former Genoa striker, Lecce would be in talks to bring Sampdoria’s Wladimiro Falcone back to Salento, also on the basis of a loan with right of redemption.

On the outgoing front, however, the priority for DS Pantaleo Corvino would be to retain those players who performed well during the season that just ended, namely Baschirotto, Hjulmand and Strefezza. On the rocky defender there would be for some time several Serie A clubs, Cagliari and Bologna above all, while the Danish midfielder could be the main candidate to replace Sofyan Amrabat at Fiorentina.

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