Lazio, puzzle in attack: the latest on Noslin, Dia moves away – Lazio Family

Lazio has been on the trail of Nijjiani Noslin for some time, for whom sporting director Fabiani is willing to reach the 18 million requested by Setti, including a technical compensation. In fact, Akpa Akpro could be included in the deal, which the new Gialloblu coach Paolo Zanetti really likes. The striker is a protégé of the new coach Baroni who had the opportunity to train him in the second part of the season just ended.

The Dutch striker played 17 games last season, scoring five goals and four assists. Arriving in the January transfer market at Verona, he always started under the technical guidance of Baroni. Given the complication of the negotiation with Salernitana for Dia, the Dutch center forward has become the priority for Lotito’s Club.

The 99′ class was certainly one of the architects of the salvation obtained by Hellas Verona. The Venetian company spent around 3 million euros to purchase it, paid into the coffers of Fortuna Sittard, a Dutch club that currently plays in the Eredivisie where Noslin played 13 matches, scoring three goals and one assist. The twenty-four-year-old Scaliger striker is assisted by the MEH Sports agency, with a contract that binds him to Hellas Verona until 2027.

From 2003 to 2011 he grew up in the Arsenal youth team, which helped him a lot in his football growth. Before joining various youth teams in the Dutch league. The Amsterdam striker can play different roles in attack: he can act as a right winger or pure center forward and if necessary also as an attacking midfielder. 1 meter and 78 centimeters tall, he is fast and has a great right foot and is quick in one-on-one situations.

Not only Lazio is on his trail, but other Serie A teams are also interested in his performances, including: Fiorentina, Bologna and Turin.

Photo: Noslin


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