Torino, Paolo Vanoli cuts redundancies: two players toward transfer

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Ilic and Sanabria on the market

After defining the arrival of Paolo Vanoli as the new coach, Torino è already working to plan the next soccer market, where the strategy è is to focus first on disposals and then reinvest the proceeds to reinforce the team in the entrance. On the exit front, according to a report by "Tuttosport", two players have reportedly already been put on the market by the club.

The first name è that of Ivan Ilic, who, accomplice also to a few too many physical problems, failed to meet the expectations of the club, which spent as much as 22 million euros to acquire him. The second profile è that of Antonio Sanabria, who in the last championship did not go beyond 5 goals in 35 appearances. The Paraguayan center forward would already have a few requests in Spain and the Granata club would have already set the price of the card, that is 10 million euros.

Besides the above two players, two other names whose future would still be uncertain are those of Pietro Pellegri and Alessandro Buongiorno. The young striker, accomplice to physical fragility, could be sold in the next summer session, while Antonio Conte’s Napoli would have its eyes on the young blue defender. 

Torino president Urbano Cairo, for his part, would not want to deprive himself of his captain, but in front of offers around 40 million euros he would be willing to negotiate his possible sale.

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