Lima, January 15, 2022Updated on 01/15/2022 12:44 pm
Gianluca Lapadula has the possibility of returning to Serie A and with one of the most important clubs in the tournament. According to information from the newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport, the attacker of the Peruvian team appeared on the list of alternatives for Lazio, a team currently led by Maurizio Sarri.
The sports newspaper detailed that the president of the ‘Biancocelesti’ cast, Claudio Lotito, is very attentive to the current situation of the national attacker, who conveyed to Benevento the desire to leave in the winter market in Europe. In such a case, the ‘9’ of the Blanquirroja would be added as a replacement for Ciro Immobile.
Thus, Lazio joins the group of clubs interested in Lapadula. In recent days, the local press has indicated that institutions such as Sampdoria, Cagliari and Torino think of the ‘Bambino de los Andes’ as a potential reinforcement for the offensive with a view to the end of the 2021-2022 season. The aforementioned institutions, like the capitalians, belong to Series A.
In the current season, the team led by Sarri (former coach of Napoli, Juventus or Chelsea) is fighting to get into positions in international competitions in Calcio. Likewise, in February they will continue on their way in the Europa League from the round of 32. While, on Immobile, he fights to keep the top scorer award.
Lapadula, further and further from Benevento
Fabio Caserta, coach of Benevento, was in charge of confirming that Lapadula expressed the intention to leave. Likewise, the DT revealed that the ‘9’ requested not to be considered for the midweek match against Monza (later Gianluca’s lawyer ruled out that version). The truth is that the Peruvian was not considered for the contest against Spal either.
In any case, the witches’ club did not sit idly by and moved quickly in the market to hire two offensive men: Francesco Forte and Diego Farias. In fact, both were summoned by Caserta for the next challenge in Serie B. The team is struggling to return to the top flight in Italy without its top scorer, Lapadula, author of 10 conquests.