Karamoh Set to Receive Extension Deal from Torino

Torino beat Bologna 1-0 thanks to a moment of individual genius by Yann Karamoh. After denying teammate Aleksey Miranchuk a goal, the Ivorian forward executed some intricate footwork in the Bologna penalty area, leaving five defenders behind in his wake and keeper Łukasz Skorupski helpless to hand his side all three points.

The Granata upper management, led by president Urbano Cairo and technical director Davide Vagnati are impressed by the ex-Inter striker’s growth at the club and want to hand him a contract renewal deal, according to Tuttosport (via FCInterNews).

His agent Bruno Skropeta has already been alerted by the Torino management. Karamoh has a deal that expires at the end of the season, but Torino are in line to offer him a two-year extension that will expire only in the summer of 2025.

Karamoh has no concrete suitors to sign him in the summer, but the Turin-based club wants to eliminate any prospect of him leaving in the summer.

The ex-Parma player has 4 goals in 14 appearances with Torino so far.

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