The recent rush of the summer transfer market in Ascoli is also setting the Dario SarikHe was called up for the last home game with SPAL but remained on the bench for the duration of the match.
At the present time at the club table in Corso Vittorio Emanuele received an important offer from Palermo For the new ownership City Football Group. rosanero is ready to pay 1,650 thousand euros for the player card (linked to Picchio until June 30, 2024) as well as 10% on future resale. A four-year contract is ready for the boy.
The Juventus management has taken note of the proposal and is now evaluating, fully aware of the player’s desire to start a new professional adventure after two years as a champion in the capital of Piceno with 70 official matches between Serie B, eliminations and the Copa Italia with 5 goals and 6 assists. Negotiations could begin in the days leading up to the championship match between the Sicilians and Marche, scheduled for the evening of Saturday 27 August at the “Barbera” stadium.
When the 25-year-old Bosnian was to leave, Ascoli already had a midfield replacement ready: the defining profile was the 28-year-old French midfielder. Eddie Ganahuriwho remained free after his last experience in France with Amiens in the French League.
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Born in Villeneuve-la-Garenne on November 14, 1993, 188 cm tall, natural right foot, Gnahorè is a very physically strong midfielder with good technique and long range shooting. His tactical flexibility allows him to spread as a midfielder and goalkeeper. He has stated on several occasions that he is inspired by the characteristics of former Manchester City and Barcelona Yaya Toure.
He grew up football in the French nursery of Châteauroux, then moved to England to work in the youth sectors of Manchester City and Birmingham City. In the summer of 2014 he arrived in Italy in Carrarese in Serie C. With the Tuscans he played 45 official matches in a year and a half with 4 goals and 2 assists. In January 2016, he was bought by Napoli and then transferred to Carpi on loan for two years in the League Italian first class. On February 13, 2016, in fact, he was involved in a bad road accident in which he reported a serious head injury, pelvic contusion and suspected hip fracture, with a 4/5 month hiatus that forced him to close the season early. . In the summer of 2016, he was shot again on loan to Crotone, a club newly promoted to the First Division. On January 14, 2017, he made his debut in the Italian Serie A, in the match he lost at home 1–0 to Bologna, succeeding Marcelo Trotta in the second half. On January 31, 2017, he passed on a two-year loan formula to Perugia, the Serie B side coached by current Juventus coach Christian Bucci. He made his debut for the coaches on 12 February 2017, in a 1-0 away match against Ternana. With Umbrian, he played a total of 14 matches between the regular season and the play-off with one goal in Perugia Pisa 2-2. In the summer of 2017, Palermo bought it for 1.5 million euros, signing a four-year contract. He played with the Sicilian 3 official matches with 4 goals and made 4 assists in the second division championship, and in the summer of 2018 he returned to France in the French first division on loan to Amiens. In a year and a half he played 58 official matches with the French national team with 4 goals and 2 assists. On February 29, 2020, he decided to start a new professional adventure in Asia with the Chinese from Wuhan. On October 29 of the same year, during the home match against Qingdao, he injured his knee ligaments, thus ending his period in China early with 14 official matches, one goal and one pass. Thus he returned to Amiens, where last season he was the protagonist in 14 matches in the second division (with two goals and one assist) and 6 matches in the French Cup (with two goals) for a total of 1170 minutes on the field.
Gnahorè’s attendance is limited to the Serie B Championship in 45 official matches in his career with Palermo and Perugia shirts with 5 goals, 5 assists, 9 yellow cards and 2,930 minutes on the field.
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