Kamada Sparks Rumors with Complaints About Lazio Role

Daichi Kamada returned to the stat sheet after a while with Japan against Myanmar and dished to Ultra Soccer about his time in the Italian Capital (via Fantacalcio).

“I need to regain my spot on my side and play more. My current club isn’t small. I think that, if I keep up my numbers, the situation will change with the national team, too. I need to resume being myself, because sometimes it goes well, and others poorly.”

Kamada will have a rare opportunity to start against Salernitana since Luis Alberto is suspended. He’s heading back from Asia early due to a blow to the back, Tuttomercatoweb informs.

The 27-year-old got off to a promising start but then fell out of favor as Maurizio Sarri routinely picked Matteo Guendouzi over him for tactical reasons.

According to Il Messaggero, a January departure isn’t totally out of the question for Kamada. At this stage, he is contracted with Lazio only until the end of the season. The parties need to pick up their options next June to prolong the deal.

The Biancocelesti joined the list of suitors for Andrea Colpani, who’s highly unlikely to leave in the winter, and rekindled their interest in Feyenoord’s Matts Wieffer, who’s a different type of player.

Our Take on Lazio and Kamada

If they sense he could bolt gratis, they might want to try cashing in on him a little. His path to regular minutes is complex.

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