After a brace against Sampdoria Primavera a few days ago, La Spezia’s mini haven started again with David Strelic protagonist and author of the goal that opened this afternoon’s friendly between Spezia and Servette. The fate of the cup bomber Delo Spezia, who was closed by the league competition, has not yet been written, but this January may become a very important month for the continuation of the adventure of the Slovak striker in La Spezia. After paying a large amount a year and a half ago, Strelec, born in 2001, has not been able to find much continuity in the Eagles jersey, with his one-year appearance last season and the start of the season with a few minutes in the current championship. Despite the small space that exists, the administration believes in the talent of the Slovakian and in the repair market will try to find him in a place that allows him to find minutes (and goals), and give him on loan and not directly, as well as keep the foreign option open.
But Stelec shouldn’t be the only departure for Spezia. There are only two players left on the bench against Servette, fourth goalkeeper Dido and Aurelien Ngoyamba, who only a few years ago was in goal for the Swiss national team and is now about to leave the Eagles permanently, possibly for the French second division. . Also missing was Jakub Kuewer, who has had two more days of rest and will join the group tomorrow. Among the players who did not take to the field against the Swiss is also Salva Ferrer, who is looking increasingly distant from the Eagles project. Essential in his role as locker room man, the Spaniard needs space and minutes away from a long injury spell that marked the start of the season, which is why selling seems closer than ever, even in his case outright. To understand, however, what will happen to Aimar Sher. The Swede, who pushed a lot last summer, doesn’t seem ready for the top flight yet, so the loan route, even in his case, seems the most plausible.
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