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Udinese, Nuytinck can stay in defense and Tiesserand will arrive

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Udinese, Nuytinck can stay in defense and Tiesserand will arrive

La Spezia stops chasing the Dutch, Gotti’s protégé. Agreement with Fenerbahçe (3 million) for the Franco-Congolese

Istanbul and La Spezia will have very little in common, but they certainly have the sea that bathes them and the port that evokes journeys, arrivals and departures. And if the port in question is a merchant port, the metaphor leads us straight to the latest negotiations reported yesterday on these two fronts in which we experienced a day that could prove to be important for the future of Udinese’s defense, the sector that in the eyes of Gino Pozzo seems to have become a priority to put a hand on.


This is how we explain the acceleration made yesterday to bring to Friuli Marcel Tisserand, the defender born in ’93 of Fenerbahçe. French by birth, Congolese by origin, the center of the right foot is given on arrival on the basis of an agreement reached between the two clubs for three million, two less than those requested in the first instance by the Turks. Tisserand, who Udinese already followed in 2016, is assisted by the Roof team to which they also belong Sadio Mané e Kai Havertz, should sign a three-year contract with the Pozzo family. In the eyes of Andrea Sottil should guarantee reliability, being able to be used as central or right-back, also counting on the experience gained with the national team of the Republic of Congo (36 appearances), in Germany with Wolsburg and then at Fenerbahçe, where there were only 19 appearances in the last championship in which he alternated ownership on the bench.

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Leaving the Bosphorus for the Ligurian Sea, another news arrived from La Spezia that could outline the defense of Udinese, given that the eagles have communicated to the bianconeri market emissaries their desire to renounce a negotiation for Bram Nuytinck. Until the day before yesterday, the Dutch central was part of the plans and requests for Luca Gottiwaiting to be made official as the new coach of Spezia, but everything has changed after the latest assessments made between the La Spezia sports director Riccardo Peciin and the former Udinese coach who he will have as deputy Stefano Daniel, another old acquaintance of the Juventus youth sector (fresh from his experience at Venezia with Primavera after three years at Pordenone). Lo Spezia, in fact, has decided to focus again on the Greek Dimitrios Nikolaou (the class ’98 who played 36 games in the last championship) and not on the “old praetorian” of Gotti at Udinese, the Nuytinck who could therefore remain in Friuli still having 12 months of contract.


Given that Sottil will have to find out what is already in the house, from the Croatian Filip Benkovicarrived in January from Leicester City, to the 18-year-old James Abankwahhoping for a stay of Rodrigo Becao on which Tottenham, Everton and Turin are watching, the company is working to find another central, possibly left-handed. The name of Simone Marchizza he is the first on the list, but the 24-year-old left-handed who returned to Sassuolo after the loan at Empoli is burdened by the uncertainty linked to the injury (left knee ligament) he had in January. Right feet also like Zinho VanheusdenBelgian born in 1998 owned by Inter, Andrea Cistana (’97) of Brescia that the patron Massimo Cellino value 7 million e Matteo Gabbia (22 years old) that Milan would only leave on loan, as Samp and Empoli know very well that they are dealing with him.

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