PORDENONE. The adventure of Michael Folorunshoat Pordenone. On Saturday, for the first time since the resumption of work, the player did not train.
The 24-year-old Roman now has his suitcases in hand and you just need to determine the future destination. He will certainly return first to Napoli, the club that owns his card, and will subsequently be shot on loan elsewhere.
Apparently Pisa is pushing to have him and thus to make a thick pawn available to Mr. D’Angelo to defend the leadership in the standings, thus earning a historic return to Serie A.
For the offensive wildcard there is always Reggina, in which he played in the last tournament, and at the same time other contenders should not be excluded: the market is often unpredictable in this regard and the case linked to Davide Diaw in 2021 proves it.
Monza, it should be remembered, only entered the deal at the last minute. Folorunsho has so far played 17 games with Pordenone, 16 in the league and one in the Italian cup. He scored three goals in total and served two assists.
Especially in the management Tedino performed very well, scoring the goal of the 1-1 draw with Pisa and the 2-0 goal with Alessandria. Previously he had scored in the Italian Cup on a penalty against Spezia.
It was the first seasonal center for green lizards. As for the other releases, the players who will leave Pordenone are the usual suspects.
It is only a matter of time, but an element like Michele Camporese (’91), defender owned by the lizards, will enter the crosshairs of more than a few clubs in Serie B.
Same goes for Jacopo Petriccione (’95), director, on loan from Crotone: Vicenza had set their sights on him, but Frosinone also seems to have done a survey.
Destined to have inquiries too Gianvito Misuraca (’90), midfielder, and Tomasz Kupisz (’90), exterior. He will certainly leave Pordenone too Adam Chrzanowski (’99).