PORDENONE. Also Alberto Barison could leave Pordenone. The neroverde defender, born in 1994, is in the sights of Alto Adige, the freshman of the next Serie B tournament.
For now it is an interest, but if an offer deemed adequate arrives from Bolzano, the Friulian club can be deprived by the player, who arrived on the banks of the Noncello in 2018 and who has a contract valid until June 2024. On the notebooks of some clubs there is another player of the lizards, Hamza El Kaouakibi (’98), full-back who could stay in Serie B, given that Frosinone, Pisa and Como like him.
Barison was one of the symbolic players of Pordenone who rose to C and a protagonist among the cadets. In Lega Pro he was decisive, playing 33 games and scoring 6 goals. On the defense he was strong on the man, while on the inactive balls – perfectly kicked by Sasà Burrai – represented one more weapon. The same occurred in B both in 2019-2020 (27 matches and 4 centers) and in 2020-2021 (27 matches and 2 goals).
He has seen much less last season, having played only 17 matches (with 1 goal). And he too, like the rest of the team, suffered from the poor overall performance. Continuous injuries then slowed down its use.
In South Tyrol you can find an environment to restart and express yourself at your best. The Bolzano club follows him closely, beyond the coach who will lead the team (he may be the former neroverde Lamberto Zauli?). Modena can also be interested in him, given that Tesser had him, appreciated him and valued him. It must be said that the Gialloblù have also made up for Burrai, a director under Perugia, the number one goal of Pordenone.
The management of the green lizards is mainly concentrated on the outgoing market. The incoming movements will then depend on that. About the doorman Samuele Perisan (’97) always liked in Bari and Ascoli; the center forward Karlo Butic (’98) is of interest to Cosenza, Frosinone and Como, the latter two clubs that hit El Kaouakibi in the last few hours, as we have reported. The side, after a rather difficult start to the championship, closed with a crescendo. And he is seen as a footballer you can work on. The trio has a contract with Pordenone until 2024.
Then pay attention to the situations that can be created with Tomsz You will buy (’90) e Michele Camporese (’92), linked to the Lovisa club until 2023. The former can follow his mentor Fabrizio Castori in Perugia. The two worked together in Cesena, Trapani and Salernitana. In addition, the Umbrians need a right winger who Marcello Falzerano (’91) e Gabriele Ferrarini (2000) will leave the team.
On the second, fresh from an excellent second part of the season in Cosenza (salvation and 5 goals), he can return to Brescia, a club that had already sought him in the previous winter transfer window, before the experience in Calabria.